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    The Best Non-Fiction I've Read

    Knowing that Paul Amirault’s book was part memoir and part history lesson, I was eager to get started. I’ve been fascinated with the Titanic for a long time, but I was not prepared for Amirault’s journey. The story is told from both Paul’s and Jack’s view points, making it equally gripping from both sides. It read like a really good novel and I found I could not put it down. I could only imagine what Paul must have felt whenever something new was revealed to him; the fear that must have coursed through him when he realized Jack had very little chance of surviving on that cold night. I’ve experienced past life regression and am a believer, but never took it to the extent our author has. I’m fascinated with the process of learning who you were in a previous life and Paul’s book has convinced me that I need to undergo a few more sessions. This is not a book about religion, nor is it about some crazy new-age theory – this is a book that chronicles one man’s journey into his past and allows him to open up to the reality that he has traveled through life prior to becoming Paul. Paul’s continuing research to learn more about Jack and his eventual demise is to be admired; it could not have been an easy one. I loved this book and will be recommending it to everyone I know. Even if you are not a believer, the story is still well-worth reading.

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