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by Debra Fulton

  • ISBN: 1452558132
  • Category: Religious books
  • Author: Debra Fulton
  • Subcategory: New Age & Spirituality
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: BalboaPress (September 11, 2008)
  • Pages: 172 pages
  • FB2 size: 1172 kb
  • EPUB size: 1784 kb
  • Rating: 4.7
  • Votes: 600
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Author of the book 34. Registered nurse of over 25 years, have 2 grown children and love to explore the unexplained. Fort Collins, Colorado.

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I know that you may read this and think that a forty-something-year-old woman had more important things to do. But I am telling you, when you connect with someone not from this material world that has told you information only you could know, you would also be compelled to learn more. The fact that she revealed the 1,2,3,4, simply cemented my belief. No one had known this. It was a trifling thing that I had just been noticing for a while. She was giving me the password-the one thing that would cinch it for me. Now, I had many questions to ask Debra led her life as most of us do. She worked, raised her children, and had a social circle of friends with her husband. She didn't do a lot of questioning about the meaning of her life until simultaneous events triggered her to think about love and loss, her purpose, and the afterlife. She takes us on her journey of discovery with experiences from her past, unreal experiences in the present, and the advent of her daughter's psychic talent. Could expanding our beliefs of spirituality and possibility lead us to experience true love from the "other" side? Is there more than one realm of existence living cohesively? She found many answers, along with many more questions. She now believes we are never alone. This non-fictional account involves the paranormal, the growth of her daughter as a medium, and the encompassing love of those around us we know-and some we don't know. Take heart and join her journey; there is much more to this life than what we see with our eyes"
Reviews about :34 (7):
This book was recommended to me by a friend and I know the author. She is an amazing person but I never really understood her until I read this book. She gives a very open and honest account of her life and the events that occurred. I am not a person prone to believe in "ghosts" or "spirits", but knowing the author and how real she is, my mind was certainly opened by her experiences. Even if you don't believe in "the other side", this is a fascinating book about one woman's account that has helped to shape who she is.
This is an intriguing story where the author shares her surprisingly relate-able personal experiences with the after life. It is a quick read that would be perfect for a road trip, plane ride or lazy afternoon.
Debra Fulton's debut novel, 34, currently available for order online and at the Boulder Bookstore and eventually at the Tattered Cover on consignment, is the most impressive debut by a local author since Cyndi Kennedy's memoir of metaphorical brinkswomanship When You Journeyed Homeward.

34 is the chronicle of Fulton's adaptation to her daughter's status as a medium, plagued by constant visions of the dead and even, at times, direct confrontation by malevolent entities with impure intentions. In the following excerpt, readers are sure to get a sense of Fulton's even tempered reaction to these malevolent intrusions to her otherwise placid suburban domesticity:

"Mom!" Liz loudly projects, running up the stairs. "Look at this."

She points to her right arm. Just below the center of the middle of her shoulder are two bright red scratch marks. "What's going on?" I asked.

"I was just standing downstairs and someone scratched me."

I inquire if anything was seen; answer, "No."

"That's interesting. I wonder who it is and what they want."

. . . This is the day I decide to document physical happenings with her. I talk her into taking a picture of her arm. It is only the first of many to come.

In the face of a personal connection to the world of paranormal happenstance, this author has chosen to make narrative art of her unconventional experiences. Fulton has a strong natural voice. The numbered segments of 34, some recounting different phases of the author's life, are told in past tense, while others, magnifying perceptions from her early childhood or offering more of the same, are told in the present, exemplifying the all-at-once nature of memory. This device works perfectly throughout the manuscript. In accordance with the word "zetetic", meaning "skeptical of all established canons of bias, including your own," this author remains open to unconventional possibilities, knowing ife is all about inquiry, and there's always more to know.

34 is a convincing, captivating glimpse of a family rocked by contact with the unseen, and I expect it will find a wide readership. The author's development of a relationship with invisible forces begins via her fixation, developed early in life and continuing through her adulthood, with the number 34, which kept persistently appearing on bus routes, football jerseys she noticed, or whenever she checked the time. Whatever it's worth, according to the Hebrew Tree of Life, another spiritually oriented numeric system, the number 34 adds back to 7, Netzach, which means victory.
As unbelievable as this tale seems, it's the real deal. To think that all of this happened---and is still happening---to a regular, everyday person really bends the mind, challenging the reader to question the nature of whatever he or she considers reality. You will have a new respect for the fellow human beings within your community sphere.
Easy reading, intriguing, looked forward to reading what was going to happen next. Author has a way of captivating the reader to keep turning the pages. The story itself is very intersting and makes one think outside of the box.
This book is written in a manner that made me want to keep reading. It is an intriguing story and the author shares many amazing personal experiences. The spirit world is an unknown for many. It's an eye-opening book.
This compelling story reminded me of a similar situation that I have experienced myself, it was hard to put down! A good combination of mystery, humor, and wonder.

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