This is one of those books that you can't put down. When you do have to put it down you are thinking about what is going to happen next and you can't wait to get back into it.
This is a book not only about reincarnation, but about life's journey and how we start out in one direction and end up going in another. You just never know what life will hand you.
A light and breezy cross between a personal memoir and a detective story as the author takes us along on her journey from being a Baptist fundamentalist to discovering documented evidence of her own past-life incarnation.
This case won't convince anyone who is determined to disbelieve, but for those who have had the kind of personal experiences that incline them to accept reincarnation, this will be yet another important piece of evidence to set on the shelf next to Captain Robert Snow's Looking For Carroll Beckwith and Dr. Bruce Golderg's The Search for Grace. If you enjoyed reading either of those two case histories you will love this one!