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Heaven's Waiting Room (The Afterlife Novels Book 1) Kindle Edition
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For heroine Portia there's no such luck, but luckily for her some of the good guy stick-around souls track her down and help her acclimatise to the afterlife and make new friends who show her the ropes to manifesting and how to travel to places she holds dear. There's even a soulmate for her in the irritatingly attractive shape of David. This gets 4 stars from me only because 5 means it's one of the best books I've ever read (whether or not it has flaws) and, whilst there's much to admire with the great writing and imaginative conceptualising it stays at 4 because I didn't feel the passion flowing too much, probably because Portia's diffident and drifting character traits were something of an anchor, however well expressed. I wish we could use a decimal rating system because this would definitely be worth a 4.5 rating and I'd certainly happily read other titles by this writer in the future - so I will!
Really good read for paranormal fans who don't need blood and full tilt horror the whole time and also fine for a more sensitive YA readership.
Most of the book deals with Portia’s acclamation to the afterlife and the challenges she faces in learning to adapt. Toward the end, we learn more about the “bureaucracy” of Heaven and the so called bureaucrats’ take on those beings assigned to the Earthly plane. Portia becomes a pivotal figure in promoting a change for the better, and the book ends on a high note.
I thoroughly enjoyed this selection, and if the afterlife really is as Clare Wilson imagines, then it’s not so bad. This makes a great weekend read.
I would highly recommend this book as a great page turner if you read at home and if your stocking up your Kindle for the summer holidays then you cant beat the value of this purchase. At a mere £1.99 its a must for the poolside or beach lounger.
Having read through other reviews its clear that most other people are in agreement with me on this excellent novel. I noticed one poor review from a Herbert Lom. While I'm a firm believer that everyone is entitled to their opinion I took some time to read Herbert's reviews on other works (Including the colourful ones). It is my duty to suggest that perhaps Herbert should read books that are more suited to his level.
Herbert may I recommend "The Cat Sat On The Mat"
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