A Review of Raine’s “And Raindrops Fall Down My Cheeks”

I was asked to write a review of  Raine’s “And Raindrops Fall Down My Cheeks.”  The text of that review is below:

“An Amazing Metaphysical Journey”

Raine’s book, “And Raindrops Fall Down My Cheeks,” is a truly fascinating book about a woman’s journey through the physical and metaphysical worlds. As a student of a different kind of metaphysics, I appreciate the details of the life experiences that led her to discover her “gifts;” but more importantly, I appreciate the way she tells her life’s story. I have always appreciated authors who speak conversationally through their books. Their sincerity, passion, and gratitude shine from every paragraph – every page. Raine’s writing style helps the reader to actually “see” what she was seeing as she wrote her story, creating a closer connection with the reader and helping the reader fully appreciate the wonder of Raine’s experiences.

Raine takes the reader with her on her journey through the awakenings of her gifts, as well as her journey of overcoming the fear and self-doubts her gifts caused her initially. I believe that those who have felt the touch of those who have left us, as well as those who either have never experienced or have never been able to explain or articulate a cherished visitation, will find both comfort and understanding from this book.

About wbspeirjr

Author of "Muzzle-Loading Artillery for Reenactors," the 9-book action/adventure series "The Knights of the Saltier," five historical novels ("King's Ransom," "The Saga of Asbjorn Thorleikson," "Nicaea - The Rise of the Imperial Church," "Arthur, King," "The Besieged Pharaoh"), the sci fi novel "The Olympium of Bacchus 12," and the fantasy novel "The Kingstone of Airmid." William is also a 5-time Royal Palm Literary Award winner: 2014 Second Place Unpublished Historical Fiction for "King’s Ransom," 2015 Second Place Unpublished Historical Fiction for "The Saga of Asbjorn Thorleikson," 2017 Second Place Published Historical Fiction for Arthur, King," 2017 First Place Published Historical Fiction for "Nicaea – The Rise of the Imperial Church," and 2017 First Place Published Science Fiction for "The Olympium of Bacchus 12."
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