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This Vast Being: A Voyage Through Grief and Exaltation

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Paperback, 238 pages
Published November 22nd 2006 by Tendre Press
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Hope
Mar 11, 2008 Hope added it
Started it, but really want to finish the Updike short stories first. It is fascinating and the author was/ is an amazing woman!

Finished it today. I enjoyed the book and the author's narrative of her journey through grief after her husband's death. It made me think quite a bit. My brother's death so soon after leaving my faith was difficult. I don't know what I believe about continuation of the spirit after the death of the body. Although the book didn't make me come to any conclusions about my
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jacqs
May 24, 2008 jacqs rated it liked it
I read this book because of a personal connection to the author and her crossed-over husband. I appreciated hearing another woman's experience with losing her partner, especially living in the same town as me (and even the same dwelling). There are anecdotal accounts from her friends and her own experiences about witnessing her husband's spirit in various ways, or coincidences that suggested syncronicity. They were not the intense, clear kind of encounters that I was (perhaps unrealistically) ...more
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