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Echoes of Paradise (The Afterlife Series Book 1) by [Kahler, Deanna]
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About the Author

Deanna Kahler is an accomplished writer and a proud mom. She enjoys the opportunity to reach others and make a difference in their lives. "Echoes of Paradise" is her second book. She was inspired to write it after having a few of her own experiences. Deanna hopes to encourage and inspire others who have lost loved ones with this story about the afterlife and the power of love.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 618 KB
  • Print Length: 229 pages
  • Publisher: Rose Petal Publications (11 Jan. 2014)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00HT2KX2C
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  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars 1 customer review
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #841,783 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Echoes of Paradise (The Afterlife Series book 1) by Deanna Kahler is more than just a romance story. The author has drawn upon personal experiences to help inspire this book in the hope it will help others that have lost loved ones with this story about those that have crossed over and the power of love.

We meet Celeste, a woman who once was an aspiring artist, who's life seems a tad stuck in a rut. She feels trapped in her current job, her love life is off due to being with the wrong man and is dealing with painful past memories. Things only get worse when her true love dies in an accident. Although he's no longer in this physical world Celeste still feels him and wonders if it's all in her imagination or if it is something more. She has to know why these things are happening.

I am a strong believer in the afterlife and the knowledge that our loved ones are always with us, so this story really captured my attention. The first part was a little tricky to wade through but once you were past that it was a very enjoyable book. I look forward to the next instalment in this series.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars A One Star First 1 Jan. 2015
By Kurlylocs - Published on Amazon.com
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This title has been on my "to read" list for a long time. Maybe my expectations were higher than this book could deliver. Even my strong belief in life after life and the metaphysical teachings could not save this book for me. Through all the talk of love I found Celeste selfish. A woman who wishes to repair a shaky marriage self sabotages those efforts by revealing to her husband she is crossing the "bridge of illumination" to Heaven for the purpose of carrying on with the ghost of her dead exboyfriend. Sorry can't swallow that one. There's a third man in the mix, Andy, Celeste's short lived blind date gone bad who keeps popping up. Andy stalks Celeste. He wants her, she wants Connor the ghost and her husband Dave. And Dave? Well he only has eyes for her. Therapy anyone?

When I list a book in my "currently reading" category, I feel compelled to finish. I struggled to do so. I'm sure the author worked hard on this piece so I do not wish to trash her efforts. I conclude that this book just wasn't for me. My one star review is a first, let's hope it's the one and only.
5.0 out of 5 stars Love and tragedy are not so far of each other 31 Mar. 2017
By Julius Z - Published on Amazon.com
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Love and tragedy are not so far of each other, if you feel love and lose it, the tragedy of feeling loneliness is devastating, but for Celeste, she ‘loses it all’ and yet, she can still feel something around her, could be hope?
I like this book, it has two parts, one ‘human’ part and the other I would like to call ‘paranormal’ part, you could try to guess which part I enjoy the most but don’t worry I’m going to tell you right away, it’s the paranormal aspect, big shock right?
My problem with the ‘human’ part is that is way too predictable, a woman working in a place she doesn’t want to work, in a relationship with a man she doesn’t love, among others, those parts were, in my opinion, unnecessary to build her character, it still works nonetheless. Now to the other part, I absolutely love it, the tension and everything those moments Celeste is having are phenomenal, plus the fact is all so fast-paced make it really like a race while you are reading, and you really don’t want to stop.
Overall this was a really nice book, if you can survive all the predictable stuff you would find something amazing, so yes, I recommend it.
3.0 out of 5 stars Is There More to Life 31 Mar. 2017
By V.E. - Published on Amazon.com
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Echoes of Paradise by Deanna Kahler is a clever little book that explores the concept of life after death. Kahler explores this theme through the character of Celeste and her imaginings. Celeste is recently separated from her husband Dave, much to Dave's dismay. However, in the back of Celeste's mind, she can't quite get over a former love of hers, Connor. Unfortunately for Connor, he was killed in an accident, and has gone from Celeste's life forever. The author does describe Celeste's rather humdrum existence fairly well. This feeling of ennui does tend to overwhelm the book somewhat until there are paranormal happenings inserted into the plot. Some of the characters feel a bit two dimensional, and Celeste herself is portrayed as a little self involved, but she gets to reunite with Connor in a sense, so that is a good thing. While not an especially upbeat or positive story, Kahler manages to investigate concepts and preconceptions people hold dear, and offers an alternative approach to the after life and paranormal experiences.
3.0 out of 5 stars add to that fact that her secret true love Connor passes away 5 April 2017
By JA Armstrong - Published on Amazon.com
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Celeste is undergoing a midlife crisis, her job and her marriage make her feel trapped and lack the passion they once had. As an artist, she’s lost her zest in life, add to that fact that her secret true love Connor passes away, leaves celeste devastated. Once odd things start to occur around her, she sets out to find out if Connor is still here, desperately trying to tell her something.
This is a book I would set on the quasi paranormal with a twist of fantasy shelf, it deals with love, fate, the power of the human mind, questions of the afterlife and how our preconceived notions of all might be expanded a little more with some faith. If you read this as a simple romance novel you might not like it too much, but I think it was a good story. There were no grammar errors or sentence structural issues which was a nice touch compared to some other books I have read; so great job editing team!
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4.0 out of 5 stars What is the most powerful unifying force in the universe? 10 Mar. 2014
By LESLIE OBRIEN - Published on Amazon.com
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I will readily admit to being both a skeptic and cynical. Just a tad, mind you, but I am. Also why I feel like it’s appropriate for me to provide a review of this book. I’ll start by saying it’s well-written (also kudos to the editor, as that was a rare treat). While the book started off a bit two-dimensional, it got better as the story developed. Now, I did say that I’m cynical. And as the relationships in the story developed, I found myself questioning the main character’s decisions and her treatment of her relationship with her husband, her feelings about her work, her regrets. And then…following? Yes? Guessed it? I was reacting to the characters as if they were real people. Doesn’t happen very often and rarely with stories like this, but I did. This is a charming story. Bit offbeat for me as it’s not a genre I would choose, but it was a pleasant read as I felt the same emotions Celeste (that’s the woman in the story in case you didn’t know) felt: sadness, despair, remorse, joy, resolve, hope. It also has its fair share of drama, action and even a little bit of romance. While not a particularly happy story, nor is it sad, but it does bring out the themes of what it means to have a higher purpose and I’m glad I had the opportunity to read it. Thank you.
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