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This book explores reincarnation and how to manage past lives seeping into present one.
Note to reader: To ultimately appreciate this work one must seek to suspend any scepticism on reincarnation and read this as the work of fiction it is
This book is set in New York and tells the story of Janie and her young son Noah. Janie has sex with a stranger on a beach with Noah being the result. Noah is ‘different’ He feels he is not ‘home’ and wants to go there. He also asks for his other mother and says he really misses her. Noah talks about another life and experiences that he has never seen or experienced in his current life. He talks about being held under water and being shot with a gun. He is terrified of water and goes ‘nuts’ if put in the bath.
Eventually his nursery manager intervenes and states she is going to call Child Protection services. Janie placates her and compromises by agreeing to seek therapy for Noah.
Therapy begins and with no clear answers until one psychiatrist gives a tentative diagnosis of early onset Schizophrenia. He prescribes medication which Janie is loath to give Noah.
Janie is concerned that there may be a hereditary linkage to this which she cannot prove as she has no knowledge of Noah’s paternal link.
Janie seeks help on the internet (as you do). Dr Jerome Anderson who has vast experience on past life regression was the result. However, Anderson has his own agenda. He has recently been diagnosed with a form of early onset dementia affecting his speech. He wants to achieve peer approval and proof for his theories which has so far proved very elusive. Time is now in short supply for Dr Anderson.
Anderson speaks to Noah and feels he can find his past family.
This story explores the selfless love of a mother for her son and how she will do almost anything to help him. The journey ahead is painful for both Noah and Janie in different ways. Thrown into the mix is a murder mystery.
I would never have picked up this book having read the synopsis. I chose it as on Richard and Judy bestseller list. I am so glad I did It was a wonderful read and I would highly recommend it. I felt the narrative aided the delivery of the story.
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Where does The Forgetting Time rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?
One of the best
What did you like best about this story?
The mixture of original narrative mixed with what seemed like non fictional accounts of the subject, well researched and well written
Did you have an emotional reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?
It made me think about the story long after I had finished it
Any additional comments?
I have seen comments with people being put off in the first chapter - don't be fooled! The first chapter is nothing like the rest. I had no idea what I was in for until the core of the story became apparent a few chapters in. This is an unexpected and very original work, definitely worth keeping with if you're skeptical at first.
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