Dying isn’t the easiest thing to do in life.
As Belle says, “These are my lumps.” Yet in death as in life, love becomes the driving force of everything Belle holds dear.
When Belle discovers the mystic world of Core Shamanism she discovers ways of being in any reality whether here on Earth or beyond. Through her learning with Rachel, a Cherokee Shaman, Belle is able to meet her dying with grace, beauty and a regal bearing known only among Goddesses.
Belle learns that all paths are true for the believer, no matter the pathway. Belle discovers the Universal truth: there is always love.
A powerful look and love and life and death and dying. Kids are not supposed to die before the grownups in their lives. This is a story of how love and living can help us live through the loss of loved ones. This is probably the most moving of Glenda’s Paradigm series – but maybe only because the memories are still too fresh for me even after 20 years. Love is a powerful thing. As the spouse of the author, I have read this 3 or 4 times in various stages of editing, and still cry every time. Scooternerd
Entertaining read. I really enjoyed this book. I liked the easy reading and the county settings. I live in the area and some of the landmarks I know. The characters were easy to like and root for. It tackles dying with a positive tone if that is possible. I say that as I do not think I would be as strong as Belle was. The story touched me. Kudos to Mrs. Clemens. Robert A Machholz
Roller coaster of wonderful emotions. This book will make you fall in love with the characters and break your heart through your attachment to them. A fantastic example of finding love and acceptance, and meeting challenges and loss head on in a wonderful and loving way. Christie Carlson