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36 of 36 people found the following review helpful
on 22 November 2011
My own parents passed away this year and I'd found one of Jacky's books in Mum's collection, which led me to look at Jacky's web page where I discovered that Jacky and Madeline were writing this book about their Dad, Ron. From the first page I could so relate to the journey the family took with Ron through his illness and after. Yes it did bring a few tears but also made me smile. We all wonder if the little things we notice are just coincidence or us just wanting to see signs from our loved ones to confirm that they are somewhere happy and loved and that life does not end here once they are gone. This book does much to affirm that life does continue albeit in a different way to that which we know in this world. It's a very heart warming book which will touch anyone who has lost a loved one or is interested in angels and the afterlife. There was a time when Ron himself didn't believe but through the journey of his life with family and illnesses that changed before his death. He then touched his family in so many ways after his death to show that there was beyond his death on earth and gives the reader insights into ways that our loved ones can pass messages to us and how they are still with us. This is definitely a book that you won't want to put down and I cannot recomment it highly enough. Well done Jacky and Madeline and thank you for sharing your family's journey.Call Me When You Get To Heaven: Our amazing true story of messages from the Other Side
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22 of 22 people found the following review helpful
on 7 November 2011
I have read so many books about the afterlife and peoples accounts of communications from the spirit world, but this one has won hands down. It is a beautifully written book by two sisters and every page captures the love and emotion that they experienced at that time. There is no doubt that this book is a must on everyones book shelf. A huge well done to both Jacky and to Madeline on this brillaint book.
So many books are good to read but leave you thinking afterwards, was that for real? there is no doubt that this book holds a true and accurate account of what happened. I send huge thanks to the two wonderful Ladies for sharing this story with us, it has settled any doubts once and for all that there truely is an afterlife, that we do continue to grow and love and that we are never truely seperated from our loved ones.
There was many times during this book that i was captivated by its emotions and i did shed a few tears. I gave this book 5/5 as i cannot fault it. You cant fault truth, you cant fault commitment and this book is over flowing with love and commitment from cover to cover. A definate must read.
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19 of 19 people found the following review helpful
on 11 December 2011
I loved this book. It is a must especially for those who wonder if you really do 'live on' in spirit. There is such a division in this world regarding this and this book very sweetly, and simply, shares wonderful times when a father truly showed he was still able to demonstrate that he was indeed a 'living' spirit. I found it very hard to put down as I could not wait to read about his next 'visit'. If anyone is wavering as to 'is it true, or is it not?' then this book will warm your heart and show you that this life is not the end, and in fact, it is just a new beginning. What a joy to be allowed to share in such a personal time which was experienced not just by the writers, but many different members of a family too - wonderful.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful
on 6 November 2011
"Call me when you get to Heaven" is a wonderful book written by two Sisters and dedicated to their loving father "Ron". This book is beautifuly written, funny, heartfelt, touching and inspiring. I couldn't put this book down. I cried and laughed most of the way through it and at the end felt encouraged that there was "Life after death" and it made me less frightened about losing the people I love.

I think most people would identify with this book even if they didn't know Ron - I'd certainly recommend this book to anyone who has recently lost someone special in their life, or is facing the prospect of losing a loved one as it does give hope and comfort to the reader and tells us that our soul never really dies, it simply moves on to a better place.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
on 4 November 2011
I've just finished reading Call me when you get to Heaven and want to share my thoughts with you.
From the start of the book, I felt Involved in some way like I never have with any other book that I've read before.
It's a deeply moving and heartfelt story about a loving husband/ father/ grandfather who even after passing over stays in contact with his family.
I smiled and cried throughout the beautiful book and I'm more reassured than ever that there is life after passing.
A fabulous tribute to a dear father by two of his wonderful loving daughters.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
on 2 February 2012
What can i say this book was such a heartwarming book, i losted my dad in 2010 so this book was a must as i beleave in the afterlife but it can be for anyone who as lost a love one, the book is broke down into parts part one last week of of there dads life, part 2 dads life and part 3 the mesesages from the otherside. A good read to help with lost of a loved one.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
on 2 November 2011
all i can say about this book is WOW wat a fantastic book... it was well worth the 6 month wait well done ladies xx
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
on 24 January 2012
I loved this. Having recently lost my own dad a year ago, I could deeply relate and could not help but cry whilst reading some parts of it. It's a book that truly reinforces my belief in the afterlife. I know that my dad is always around looking out for me and that death is not the end.

A beautiful, heartwarming and comforting read.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on 23 December 2011
A truly heartwarming read especially if you have lost loved ones like many of us have.You must wonder where our loved ones are and what it is like where they are now.This book is so reassurring and gives information to clarify contact from the other side,which many of us have recieved and may have over looked.

It is not easy for passed loved ones to make contact,many of their attempts can be over looked as they can be very subtle.

Jacky and Madeline give accounts of their personal contact,and experiences from various family members.Their Dad has helped them by giving them many forms of contact to help them compile this book.Before he passed over he promised to help them write a book to prove that there is life after death,and our loved ones are very very much alive in spirit.

I have had much contact from my Mum who passed over 2 years ago and many experiences mirror what me and family members have experienced especially my dad.It has helped me make sense of it all and also to affirm the contact we have recieved.

If you want to know more about survival of our spirit`s then you will gain alot from reading this.

This book will give you reassurance on every page that your passed loved ones are alive and well in spirit and are around us and want nothing more than for us to realise that they still hold an intrest in our lives and our love lasts forever.

Thankyou Jacky and Madeline for this truly inspiring read.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful
on 3 November 2011
I have read many books by Jacky Newcomb but this larest offering is definitely my favourite. Here Jacky's voice blends perfectly with that of her sister Madeline Richardson as they poignantly tell the story of their beloved father Ron's demise, passing and subsequent attempts to get their attention from the other side.
"Call me when you get to Heaven" is beautifully written, immersing the reader in the lives of these two sisters and their family, it will move the reader to tears, but then lift their spirits with fresh hope and delight.
A wonderful book, I absolutely loved it!
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