I found the book to be fascinating on a lot of different subjects. Sylvia Browne is a highly respected psychic and her take on such things as fairies and Stonehedge is quite interesting. She doesn't go into depth on any specific topic but if you want a little insight into the mysteries of the world, this is an entertaining and enlightening book. It's not heavy reading by any means but can peak your interest on a topic. A good overview and an easy read.
Another fun read from Sylvia. I really enjoyed reading about the mysteries of the world with her explaining what they are and where they come from, etc. I am a history geek, so I enjoyed this book. It also helps if you believe in what she is saying. If you are not into the paranormal, this book ain't for you.
sylvia does it again, this book is an excellent read if you already read her books. all of lifes mysteries revealed from the worlds greatest psychic in her time. the bermuda triangle, the pyramids, stonehenge and much more!
I was bored and in a hurry. Having never heard of Sylvia Browne before, I didn't know what I was in for. I wish I would have taken the time to read a few pages of this book before buying it, but I didn't. In a way, I deserved what I got.
This book is essentially a ludicrous, thoroughly unsatisfying, narcissistic romp on the part of the writer. It oozes giggly self-importance to the point of being comical, and probably deserves a spot on the shelf next to coloring books and the collected works of Garfield. (Though Garfield might be thought scholarly work in comparison, and coloring books have more depth.)
Instead of buying this (or swapping for it), go talk with the crazy neighborhood cat lady. She's lonely, has just as many important bits of wisdom to impart as Sylvia, and when you're done, you might feel good about yourself.