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Let's pretend that I was killed on that day, when I wasn't. 

The day when my guardian angel managed to throw my F-86F half a second from becoming a fireball in the desert, up into a clear sky, way above what would have been the impact point. 

If she hadn't done this, if she hadn't spared my life time after time in the 80-some years that we've been together, I wouldn't have written this book that brings those strange times together, and suggests why we choose any lifetime in the first place. 

For 78 of those years, I had no idea that she existed, hadn't heard about guardian angels and what their job might be. Hadn't heard that our angel stays with us from the minute we're born till the time that our mission is done, and we come home to the place we call heaven. 

Today I've just about finished a lifetime, and at last I can understand what it is that we do as mortals, and why we choose these over all the other possibilities. 

Thank you, dear guardian angel, and please consider that with your consent and signature, our contract will extend to yet another lifetime. 

Richard Bach is the author of 25 books, including Jonathan Livingston Seagull, Illusions, and The Bridge Across Forever. His books have sold tens of millions in over 40 languages throughout the world. Back to back, his work has been on the New York Times best seller lists for more than four years. He deals, most simply and effectively, with ideas that have the power to change the world.

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Love Richard Bach

wish they had more of his books like Illusions, One and others. Great books. great

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Thank You

As usual with his books, Richard Bach touches life here also. His books are always inspirational.

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Great story. Put reading.

The story is great but the guy reading this is not.
His cadence, his tone, his inflection, his timing all runs together. It makes it very hard to understand who’s talking and what’s happening.
He sounds like he’s rushing through it.

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Not up to Bach's best. This was a bit too subrebrial. I prefer his more adventurous spirit.

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Narration sounds childlike.

Found it hard to listen to. Seemed like being in a kids classroom during show and tell.

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Cool concept but narrater has annoying voice.

Huge fan of Richard Bach but Struggled to finish this one. His earlier books are much better!

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  • Denise Mills
  • 05-05-20

difficult

I love Richard Bach but I can't understand which character is speaking when the narrator talks. Most narrators make it obvious by changing their voice. I will have to buy this in hardcopy. Didn't make past the first 5 mins.