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I'm fascinated by this sort of thing and love to read books written by John Edward, John Holland, Sylvia Brown, etc... I thought this book would be interesting, and it was. It's also very well narrated by Hillary Huber..
However, I found myself questioning much of her story. She starts out talking about how unattractive and unpopular she was as a young girl, but then moves on to talk about how she's always in great demand, she can't keep people away. If she's at a fair with other psychics, everyone wants to see her, not anyone else. She has all these men falling in love with her. She's tiny and petite. She keeps changing her name so people can't find her, yet they still do, she just can't get away from it..
And yet.....I've never heard of her before, and I follow this sort of thing. I'm sure it has to do with my own experience with a family member who reminds me of this woman. To follow her on facebook you'd think she was a famous writer, rich, famous, a professional traveler, on and on and on, none of which are true... So I guess with that in mind, I listened to this womans story and kept thinking, she sounds so full of herself..
She talks about dark spirits a lot, how people who talk about protecting themselves with a white light make her sick... I don't know.. I guess she kind of gave me the creeps...
Maybe she's the real deal, maybe she's not.. How does one know when her name is not out there and as far as I can find, there aren't any testimonials as to how she gave anyone accurate readings.. All we have is what she says.. If in fact the readings she gave people are true, than wow.. Very intersting.. But without that, couldn't anyone say I did this, I did that, I saw this, I told someone that...
She describes a very dysfunctional life growing up with a very hateful mother (whom, despite being so horrible, Susan stayed in contact with throughout the mothers life).. She is married to her soul mate, yet has affair after affair, which he seems to be okay with and always takes her back. She loves her son, yet seems to be leaving him in the dust as she goes off and does her thing over and over again. She was always captivated by Jack Wilde, who was a child star.. She claims to have finally met him and through things that occured, came to the conclusion that they were half brother and sister. Course, he's no longer living, so we just have her word about that. A very respectable, down to earth, good looking lawyer falls in love with her and spends quite a few years with her, yet to see pictures of her on utube, she has dark blue hair, is tatooed, wears odd clothing, and doesn't seem like someone who would be in a partnership with a professional lawyer.
The book is interesting, yet, so much of it was about her very dysfunctional life.. maybe it's all true.. Maybe it's not... Just wish there was more info out there to back up her stories..
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Suzan saxman is a very inspirational and very intelligent lady. Whom I had the pleasure of meeting this year. Her book I. Her own words of her life story is a very interesting and a big eye opener as to the world we live in..although you knew some of the things she mentioned you can kind of relate to her in one way or another. Extraordinary book... A must read.. Best of luck to you Suzan in anything you do.
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