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I believe in UFO, I've just found the author wrote a lot of her personal experience and her inner thoughts and her struggling with UFO which was understandable. but what I was looking for the information or messages that aliens want to say to us.
STORY (alien abduction) - Sherry Wilde lived in an area of Wisconsin that had abnormal alien activity with numerous sightings spanning decades. When trying to account for incidents of missing time throughout her life, she visited a renowned hypnotist who performed regressions which allowed Sherry herself to understand what had been happening to her. The is her story of a lifetime of visits and abductions.
Most of the book is fascinating. Whether you believe her story or not, it makes great listening. Personally, I found her very believable, but I did have difficulties with certain parts of the book. For one, her husband left her and her daughters threatened to sue her if this book was published. I can see why they may have wanted to distance themselves from the events and the book about them, but on the other hand I wonder if maybe she's not totally credible if her own family wasn't supportive. Second, the lessons she puts forth at the end of the book about time and spirituality, supposedly learned from the aliens, aren't totally my cup of tea. Parts make sense to me and others don't, but this is still a fascinating story to hear.
PERFORMANCE - Read by a female who does a good job.
OVERALL - Highly recommended for open-minded listeners who are interested in UFOs and possible visits by beings from another world. No violence or profanity.
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The first third of the book dwells too much on feelings. The second third gets into the nitty-gritty of the impact on the author's life due to many external things. The final third gets into some new ground and is worth the effort to reach. This title is very much worthwhile because it tries to build a complete circle of cause and effect in a distinct manner.
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