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INTERNATIONAL BETSELLER •  In this uplifting autobiography, a modern-day Irish mystic shares her vivid encounters and conversations with the angelsand spirits she has known her entire life.
 
With an afterword on angels and America and a bonus chapter on how to connect with your angel

Lorna Byrne physically sees and talks with angels every day and has done so ever since she was a baby. As a young child, she assumed everyone could see the angels who always accompanied her. Adults, however, were often skeptical, concerned that Lornadid not seem to be focusing on the world around her. Today, sick and troubled people from all around the world are drawn to her for comfort and healing, and theologians of different faiths seek her guidance. 
 
Angels in My Hair is a moving and deeply inspirational chronicle of Lorna’s remarkable life story. Invoking a wonderful sense of place, she describes growing up poor in Ireland and marrying the man of her dreams—only to have the marriage cut short by tragedy. 
 
Angels in My Hair has garnered overwhelming responses from readers from many walks of life, giving them hope and helping them to realize that no matter how alone they might feel they always have a guardian angel by their side.

About the Author

Lorna Byrne has been seeing and talking to angels since she was a baby. Now, having raised her family, she talks openly for the first time about what she has seen and learned. She lives quietly in rural Ireland.

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Chapter 1


Through different eyes

When I was two years old the doctor told my mother I was "retarded."

When I was a baby, my mother noticed that I always seemed to be in a world of my own. I can even remember lying in a cot--a big basket--and seeing my mother bending over me. Surrounding my mother I saw wonderful bright, shiny beings in all the colors of the rainbow; they were much bigger than I was, but smaller than her--about the size of a three-year-old child. These beings floated in the air like feathers; and I remember reaching out to touch them, but I never succeeded. I was fascinated by these creatures with their beautiful lights. At that time I didn''t understand that I was seeing anything different from what other people saw; it would be much later that I learned from them that they were called angels.

As the months passed, my mother noticed that I''d always be looking or staring somewhere else, no matter what she''d do to try to get my attention. In truth, I was somewhere else: I was away with the angels, watching what they were doing and talking and playing with them. I was enthralled.

I was a late talker, but I had been conversing with angels from very early on. Sometimes we used words as you and I understand them, but sometimes no words were needed--we would know each other''s thoughts. I believed that everyone else could see what I saw, but then the angels told me that I was not to say anything to anyone about seeing them, that I should keep it a secret between us. In fact, for many years I listened to the angels and I didn''t tell people what I saw. It is only now in writing this book that I am for the first time telling much of what I have seen.

The doctor''s comment when I was just two was to have a profound effect on my life: I realized that people can be very cruel. At the time I was born, in 1953, my parents lived in Old Kilmainham, near the center of Dublin. My father rented a little bicycle repair shop there, which had a cottage attached. If you walked through the shop and around to the left you would come to a tiny and fairly dilapidated house. It was part of a row of old cottages and shops, but most of them were empty or abandoned because they were in such bad condition. For much of the time we lived in the one little room downstairs: here we cooked, ate, talked, played, and even washed in a big metal basin in front of the fire. Although the house had no bathroom, outside in the back garden, down a little path, was a shed with a loo. Upstairs there were two small bedrooms; at first I shared one of the bedrooms, and a bed, with my older sister Emer.

It wasn''t just angels I was seeing (and I saw them constantly--from the moment I woke up until I went to sleep), but also the spirits of people who had died. My brother, Christopher, had been born a year before me but he had died when he was only about ten weeks old. Although I never saw him while he was alive, I could visualize him--he was dark haired, while my sister and I were fair--and I could also play with him in spirit.

At the time I thought there was nothing strange about this; it felt as if he was just another child, although he seemed a little brighter in appearance. One of the first things that made me realize that he was different, though, was that his age could change. Sometimes he appeared as a baby, but other times he looked about the same age as me, toddling across the floor. He wasn''t there constantly, either, but seemed to come and go.

Late one cold winter afternoon, just as it was getting dark, I was alone in the little living room of the house in Old Kilmainham. There was fire in the open fireplace, which was the only light in the room. The firelight flickered across the floor where I was sitting playing with little wooden building blocks that my father had made. Christopher came to play with me. He sat nearer the fire--he said that it was too hot for me where he was, but it was okay for him as he didn''t feel the heat. Together we built a tower. I would put one brick down and he would put another on top of it. The tower was getting very tall and then, suddenly, our hands touched. I was amazed--he felt so different from other people I touched. When I touched him he sparked; it was as if there were little stars flying. At that moment I went into him (or perhaps he went into me); it was as if we merged and became one. In my shock I knocked over our tower of blocks!

I burst out laughing, then I touched him again. I think that was the first time I fully realized that he wasn''t flesh and blood.

I never confused Christopher with an angel; the angels I saw did sometimes have a human appearance, but when they did, most of them had wings and their feet did not touch the ground and they had a sort of bright light shining inside them. Some of the time the angels I saw would have no human aspect at all, but appeared as a sharp glowing light.

Christopher appeared around my mum a lot. Sometimes Mum would be sitting in the chair by the fire and would doze off, and I''d see him cradled in her arms. I didn''t know whether my mother was aware of Christopher''s presence so I asked him, "Will I tell Mum that you''re here?"

"No, you can''t tell her," he replied. "She won''t understand. But sometimes she feels me."

One winter morning the angels came to my bed as the sun was coming up. I was curled up under the blankets; my sister Emer, with whom I shared the bed, was up and about and instead Christopher was curled up beside me. He tickled me and said, "Look, look, Lorna--over at the window."

As I have said, angels can appear in different forms and sizes; this morning they looked like snowflakes! The glass in the window seemed to become a vapor, and as each snowflake hit the window it was transformed into an angel about the size of a baby. The angels were then carried on a beam of sunlight through the window, and each one seemed to be covered in white and shiny snowflakes. As the angels touched me the snowflakes fell from them onto me; they tickled as they landed and, surprisingly, they felt warm, not cold.

"Wouldn''t it be wonderful," Christopher said, "if everybody knew that they could fill their pockets with angels; that they could fit thousands of angels into one pocket, just like with snowflakes, and could carry them around with them and never be alone."

I turned and asked, "What if they melted in their pockets?"

Christopher giggled and said, "No! Angels never melt!"

I rather sadly replied, "Christopher, I wish that you could fit in my mum''s pocket like a snowflake, and be there for her all the time."

He turned and looked at me, as we were cuddled up in bed, and said, "You know I''m there already."

When I was an adult my mother told me she had had a baby son called Christopher who had been born a year before me but had only lived ten weeks. I just smiled in response. I remember asking her where Christopher was buried, and she told me that it was in an unmarked grave (as was the custom in those days) in a baby''s graveyard in Dublin.

It''s sad that there is no grave with his name on it that I can go and visit, but he''s not forgotten. Sometimes even now, all these years later, I feel Christopher''s hand in my pocket pretending to make snowflakes, reminding me I am never alone.

I learned more about Christopher and my mother one day when I was about four or five years old. I was sitting at the table swinging my legs and eating breakfast when I caught a glimpse of Christopher looking as if he were about twelve years old, running across the room to the shop door just as my mother walked in with some toast. She had a big smile on her face as she said, "Lorna, there is a surprise for you in the back workroom under Da''s workbench!"

I jumped up from the table, all excited, and followed Christopher. He went straight through the shop and into the dark workshop; I had to stop at the door because it was so dark in there that I couldn''t see anything and I needed my eyes to adjust to the darkness. However, Christopher was just like a light, a soft shimmering glow that lit up a path for me through the cluttered workshop. He called out, "The cat has had kittens!" And there, thanks to Christopher''s light, I could see four tiny little kittens--three were _jet-_black, and one was black and white. They were so beautiful, so soft and glossy. The mother cat, Blackie, got out of the box, stretched herself, then jumped out of the little window into the garden. I ran after her and called to Christopher to come too, but he would not come into the garden.

I walked back in and asked Christopher, "Why wouldn''t you come outside?"

He took my hand, as if to comfort me--I loved the touch of his hand--and our hands merged again. It felt magical; it made me feel safe and happy.

"Lorna, when babies die their spirits stay with their mothers for as long as they are needed, so I stay here with Mum. If I went outside it would be like breaking those memories--and that I won''t do!"

Even at that young age, I knew what he meant. My mother had poured so much love into him: all the memories she had of being pregnant and carrying him inside her, the birth, the joy and the happiness she had holding him in her arms and bringing him home--when even then she had a feeling that something was wrong, despite what the doctors told her. Mum had a precious few weeks at home with Christopher before he died, and Christopher told me of all the love that she had poured on him, and he now poured that love on her.

So my spirit brother would remain in the house, never going out, until the day came when it seemed that my mum felt strong enough to move on and was ready to let my little brother go. That day was the day when we had to leave that little shop in Old Kilmainham for good.



When I see an angel I want to stop and stare; I feel like I am in the presence of a tremendous power. When I was younger the angels generally adopted a human form--to make it easier for me to accept them--but now that''s no longer necessary. The angels I see don''t always have wings, but when they do I am sometimes amazed by their form; occasionally they are like flames of fire, and yet they have shape and solidity. Some of the angels'' wings have feathers; one angel had wings that were so slender, tall, and pointed that I found it hard to _believe that they were wings. I wanted to ask the angel to open them up.

When angels have a human appearance--with or without wings--their eyes are one of their most fascinating features. Angel eyes are not like human eyes; they are so alive, so full of life and light and love. It''s as if they contain the essence of life itself--their radiance fills you completely.

I have never seen an angel''s feet actually touch the ground; when I see one walking toward me I see what looks like a cushion of energy between the ground and their feet. Sometimes it looks like a thin thread, but other times this cushion grows between the earth and the angel, and even sinks into the earth itself.

Ever since I was very young there was one particular angel who used to appear to me often. The first time I saw him he was in the corner of the bedroom and he just said, "Lorna." In some ways he looked like other angels, but there was something different about him, too; he shone more strongly than the others and he had a commanding presence, a powerful force of male strength. From that first time I saw him I always felt he was ready to protect me, like a shield, and from then on he kept appearing and gradually I befriended him. He told me his name was Michael.



School was difficult for me; most of the teachers treated me as if I were slow. My First Holy Communion was at school when I was six, and it was horrible. It should have been a very special day--as it is for most Irish children. When we were preparing for First Holy Communion in the classroom the teachers would ask the children questions, checking that they had learned their catechism, but they wouldn''t bother with me; they''d say, "There is no point asking you!" And when all the other children had to stand in line and say something about the Communion, I would stand in line, too, but then I''d be dragged out and told to go and sit down. As a young child this really hurt. So while I sat down at the back of the class or on one of the benches in the corner I''d ask my angels, "Don''t they know that I know my catechism, too? They aren''t even giving me a chance."

Then in church on my First Communion day, as I finally made my way up to the altar I was grabbed by the arm and pulled out of the queue again because the teacher decided that the better girls should go ahead of me.

There were some kind people, though; when I was about four there was a nun called (I think) Mother Moderini. She had been told that I was slow and "retarded," but I felt she knew better. When I was in her class she would come down and ask me little questions to which I always knew the answer, so then she''d smile and rub my head.

But despite these occasional acts of kindness from a few people, I grew up an outsider. People could see that I was different and they just couldn''t understand it. That aspect of my life has been very, very hard--and it still is today. People say I''m too trusting, too truthful for this world, but I cannot be any other way! The strange thing is, that to be truthful in every way--in how you think and in how you speak--and to be truthful to those around you is hard and it does tend to isolate you.

The way people think about or look at me does affect me greatly even now. Even though they may not know me, or know what I do, they know that on some level I am different. If I go out with friends and meet someone new who knows nothing about me, they will often report back to my friends that there is something unusual about me, something that they can''t quite put their finger on. This can be difficult to live with.

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Dog Soldier
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Reviewed in the United States on December 16, 2019
If you''re either seeking a memoir or an informative book on angels, ''Angels in My Hair'' will delight. Having read other books on angel communication, I did not expect this to be so well-written. It is composed of gorgeous prose and imagery, so much so, that I began to slow... See more
If you''re either seeking a memoir or an informative book on angels, ''Angels in My Hair'' will delight. Having read other books on angel communication, I did not expect this to be so well-written. It is composed of gorgeous prose and imagery, so much so, that I began to slow my reading to savor the passages.

This is a life-story, a gentle walk on an old path through so many different circumstances: the ups and downs life brings. It eyewitness Irish history, through Lorna, who also has an added gift of speaking to angels. Through her eyes we''re able to see our world anew. We''re able to come to new understandings, new insights, about why/how things are.

We will also come to know angels and their simplistic nature, guidance, and ability to speak to us, a gift we all have. I learned so much, simply through example, and it''s carrying me. If you''re seeking guidance to talk to angels, this truly is the one.

Lorna''s story is bittersweet, honest, and has stayed with me these weeks, as both guidance and comfort. If nothing else, this book is one of hope: it will make you feel hopeful--even if you thought you had a lot of hope, you''ll have even more.

(Teachers/librarians), I would use this book in both a memoir writing class and a book club, as it is rich in discussion. I found myself talking about it everywhere, with anyone I could. (Yes, even my angels.)

Angel enthusiasts, it''s authentic, as far as angels go, in that it is universal... (some ''angel'' people try to make angels about a religion or put their own ideas/intuitions and claim it''s angels, or especially in the US market, you''ll read a lot of hub-bub that''s just not true about angels, just to sell a book.) No, this is the real deal, an honest, gentle effort and giving.

A true gift as far as books are concerned. If you are looking for a gentle book, for someone who loves or lived in Ireland in the 1950s (or even in the US), you''ll enjoy the nostaliga here, to read of another''s life. If you''re thinking of a book for your grandmother/mother, yes, they''ll love it.

I''m truly grateful for reading this book. I don''t need another angel book. (Anything else is imitation). I hope this helps with your decision. In short, this is not noise, but a gentle book in service to others.
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Incredibly Magical. Increased my faith in Islam and my respect for all religions.
Reviewed in the United States on November 19, 2018
This book is truly magical. Highly reccomended for those who are interested in learning about angels. Coming from a spiritual culture and a Muslim background, I can totally relate to Lorna’s stories and I truly believe in them. People with no religious... See more
This book is truly magical. Highly reccomended for those who are interested in learning about angels.

Coming from a spiritual culture and a Muslim background, I can totally relate to Lorna’s stories and I truly believe in them. People with no religious backgrounds might be skeptical. I don’t blame them. Growing up I’ve read many stories in the Quran about angels and the roles they’ve played with the prophets. So it makes complete sense to me and just makes my faith stronger.

I’ve read some reviews on how many of Lorna’s stories are a bit too hard to believe, for example: why would god make a young child suffer, or why would the angels allow her to experience pain at such a young age. But without darkness there’s no light. And going back to the stories in the Quran, it makes so much sense. Many of the prophets suffered and struggled and went through extremely difficult situations which only led them to personal and spiritual growth. They were all blessings in disguise. She needed the pain, she needed the fear, she needed the tears, in order for her to become the wise, strong and amazing woman that she is today.
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Great book for believers
Reviewed in the United States on November 24, 2017
I couldn''t put the book down. Very interesting and engaging. However, if you are not open to the possibility of angels and spirits constantly surrounding you, you may have a hard time believing Lorna''s story. If you know that you are a spiritual being having a human... See more
I couldn''t put the book down. Very interesting and engaging. However, if you are not open to the possibility of angels and spirits constantly surrounding you, you may have a hard time believing Lorna''s story. If you know that you are a spiritual being having a human experience, this book may help you better understand the role of angels in our lives.
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I initially gave this book a negative review and said that I am sending it back. That was because it seemed to have no message to me. It also did not give what I considered proper devotion to Our Lord and the Blessed Mother. However, I did not send it back. I kept... See more
I initially gave this book a negative review and said that I am sending it back. That was because it seemed to have no message to me. It also did not give what I considered proper devotion to Our Lord and the Blessed Mother. However, I did not send it back. I kept looking for something to show that it was fake. I did not find anything. I believe that if the author was lying about all the events in her life, she would have been found out. There are certainly many people who have known her and her family is not in cahoots with her. I dont necessarily believe the things that she claims, but it appears that her message is simply that angels are here to help everyone on earth and that we need to take advantage of that. I still cant say that I believe everything she writes. The book is entertaining however.
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I love It!
Reviewed in the United States on January 28, 2020
I''ve been reading Angels in My Hair before bed each night. I read just one chapter at a time because I don''t want it to end! I love going into Lorna''s world, am impressed by her ability to see angels so very clearly. It makes me wonder why everybody doesn''t see angels,... See more
I''ve been reading Angels in My Hair before bed each night. I read just one chapter at a time because I don''t want it to end! I love going into Lorna''s world, am impressed by her ability to see angels so very clearly. It makes me wonder why everybody doesn''t see angels, especially those so greatly in need of angelic presence and intervention, like young children in abusive situations. I now believe that the angels are there with them even if they can''t see them.

Lorna is so brave to share her story and I''m deeply grateful. I''ve believed in angels for many years and her book has taught me how to recognize them better than I did before, to get more acquainted with my guardian angel.

I think this book will help people who already believe in angels to believe in them even more strongly.
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ABSOLUTELY FANTASTIC READ!
Reviewed in the United States on January 16, 2019
I really can''t say enough good things about this amazing book. I tell everyone about it (yes, everyone). I gifted our gardener and our housekeeper copies in Spanish...my closest friends have it now, and even my husband tells folks and he hasn''t yet read it, :-). We... See more
I really can''t say enough good things about this amazing book. I tell everyone about it (yes, everyone). I gifted our gardener and our housekeeper copies in Spanish...my closest friends have it now, and even my husband tells folks and he hasn''t yet read it, :-). We happened onto an Irish couple on the streets of New Orleans and I began my book spiel. They told us the KNEW the author who was "the real deal". They had been to her home for a reading as she lived nearby "still in a modest house, though now world-famous" and went on about her awesomeness. This book can change your life in a most uplifting and wonderful way IF you allow this to happen. You will discover the most wonderful relationship with someone who has ever been with you....assisting you in every moment you will allow such. WOW!
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A Beautiful Soul, Although the Book Didn''t Hold Me
Reviewed in the United States on January 19, 2018
Lorna Byrne is a beautiful soul, but I ended up skimming her book a lot. I didn''t care so much what the angels looked like and there''s a lot of angel description. I didn''t know why her parents and family thought she was retarded. She didn''t explain that at all. Given she... See more
Lorna Byrne is a beautiful soul, but I ended up skimming her book a lot. I didn''t care so much what the angels looked like and there''s a lot of angel description. I didn''t know why her parents and family thought she was retarded. She didn''t explain that at all. Given she wrote an articulate book requiring analysis and complex thought, that omission kind of bothered me. I have to guess that she just seemed spacy given how she was interacting with the angels all the time.

It didn''t end up being that fascinating a book. The angels would tell her where to look or what was going to happen and after a while, it became repetitive. I like her a lot, though. God bless her.
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To all CATHOLIC and CHRISTIAN people who are familiar with the HOLY SCRIPTURES and know the truth
Reviewed in the United States on June 27, 2019
To all CATHOLIC and CHRISTIAN people who are familiar with the HOLY SCRIPTURES and know the truth. Please don,t fall for this . No matter how beautiful she describes the stories and descriptions of Angels .There are other messages that are just not true. Receiving... See more
To all CATHOLIC and CHRISTIAN people who are familiar with the HOLY SCRIPTURES and know the truth. Please don,t fall for this . No matter how beautiful she describes the stories and descriptions of Angels .There are other messages that are just not true. Receiving blessings from this person might just make you trust a person and not directly our Holy God creator of the Universe. This author is just a New Age . Preaching a totally different gospel .
Galatians 1;8But even if we or an angel from heaven should preach a gospel contrary to the one we preached to you, let him be under a divine curse! 2Corintians 11;1313 For such people are false apostles, deceitful workers, masquerading as apostles of Christ. 14 And no wonder, for Satan himself masquerades as an angel of light. 15 It is not surprising, then, if his servants also masquerade as servants of righteousness. Their end will be what their actions deserve.
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PJeanes
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Oh my goodness! What a life changer!
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on April 18, 2019
I can’t remember which what how happened to steer me to read about the spirit plane, I did read Sally Morgan and then talking to family I discovered that my sister and niece were both reading similar books, and discovered Angels in my Hair, my life has truly changed, I will...See more
I can’t remember which what how happened to steer me to read about the spirit plane, I did read Sally Morgan and then talking to family I discovered that my sister and niece were both reading similar books, and discovered Angels in my Hair, my life has truly changed, I will never be the same. There is too much to write here about what has happened but it now all fits into place, events from the past and even things happens now, Lorna is an inspiration for all of us who doubted our beliefs for fear of being laughed at. I am still very wary about who I tell about what happened to me. I am so grateful for finding Lorna and will be ever in her debt.
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A touching personal story that inspires
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on September 14, 2019
I have always been deeply curious about spirituality and philosophy, but at the same time I have remained somewhat sceptical of angels and wary of religion. I have to admit that the topic of angels just always seemed to me to be on the really woo-woo end of the scale and so...See more
I have always been deeply curious about spirituality and philosophy, but at the same time I have remained somewhat sceptical of angels and wary of religion. I have to admit that the topic of angels just always seemed to me to be on the really woo-woo end of the scale and so I stayed away from this topic for many years. And yet, this week for some bizarre reason I stumbled upon and bought this book. It wasn''t the first time I''ve read a book about angels, but its the first time I''ve read one that left such a deep impression on me and really touched my heart. What I love about this book so much is that it''s Lorna''s personal story and not some slick self-help book that is trying to sell you the secret of happiness. To counter some of the critical reviews left here: Of course there is no scientific evidence in this book, as with most other books on this (or similar) topic(s), it is hard to prove much of it. You either need to open your mind and heart to the possibility to that this is a true account or don''t believe it if doesn''t feel right to you. It doesn''t matter either way. As one of the journalistic reviews written on the release of the book said, it''s hard to argue with what she talks about because the themes of love & kindness etc. are universal and generally agreed to be good values. In my heart, I feel what she has written is true and ultimately the message of the book remains one of love and that''s what I''m interested in. I read this entire book in one sitting and it has drawn me back to prayer (despite being non-religious myself) and I went straight on to reading all her subsequent books which I am enjoying equally as much. I still have lots of questions about some of what Lorna talks about, but what I like is that she does not claim to have all the answers. It seems Lorna probably has more questions herself and is simply sharing her journey of discovery with us. The absence of preachy-ness makes the topic approachable. I am really glad to have "stumbled" on this book.
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St. Clair
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Very Difficult read for me
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on September 24, 2019
I purchased this book because a friend recommended it. I am recently bereaved. The book arrived quickly and this review is no reflection on the supplier. I found this book so difficult to get through, I so wanted to believe it, and I do believe that there are guardian...See more
I purchased this book because a friend recommended it. I am recently bereaved. The book arrived quickly and this review is no reflection on the supplier. I found this book so difficult to get through, I so wanted to believe it, and I do believe that there are guardian spiritual beings watching over us. But in the context that this book has been written, I can not accept these theories or writings. After finishing the book I looked her up on YouTube and my feelings were confirmed. I highly recommend you do this before purchasing this book. As I was going through the book, I was hoping that it would get somewhere. I found that it did not. It ends the way it starts, there is no progression. My personal feelings, you must form your own. I have two questions at present. What happened to Lorna''s mother? she is last mentioned when Lorna married Joe. From then on she is not mentioned at all even when later Lorna''s father passes, there is no mention of her past the wedding. I also question how Lorna wrote down the prayer from the Angel Michael? It is publicised that Lorna is dyslexic, and she is unable to write. So how could she write down quite a complicated prayer ? I have other questions, but really find that I am not interested in finding out. There are better books out there. Sorry, this was not for me.
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A. G. Nicola
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Not sure..
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on June 11, 2019
I enjoyed the book but found it difficult to believe. A very interesting biography about the author''s life nevertheless but the general message didn''t reach me. For me, it''s difficult to see anything as proof as fact when "evidence" is noted in a book many years after the...See more
I enjoyed the book but found it difficult to believe. A very interesting biography about the author''s life nevertheless but the general message didn''t reach me. For me, it''s difficult to see anything as proof as fact when "evidence" is noted in a book many years after the fact. For instance, the premonition about her future husband when she was a child. I was also disappointed when reference was made to her being called "Rambo" in 1970 when the origins of the word came from the movie starring Sylvester Stallone in the 80s; the book was released in 1972. But that''s just me being overly picky. I''ve seen interviews with the author and she is a lovely person. Her message is one of kindness and courage and if nothing else is to be believed, she undoubtedly seemed to be a truly remarkable person.
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MissD
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Sorry but I can''t believe this is true
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on August 5, 2017
Really wanted to like this book but it has done nothing to make me believe in Angels. To me it just doesn''t make sense with all the suffering in the world that "all we have to do is ask our guardian Angels" for help and that they are always with us. I am sure there...See more
Really wanted to like this book but it has done nothing to make me believe in Angels. To me it just doesn''t make sense with all the suffering in the world that "all we have to do is ask our guardian Angels" for help and that they are always with us. I am sure there are people (particularly children) suffering terribly who are crying out for help right now with no comfort.
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