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Do Dead People Walk Their Dogs?

3.93 of 5 stars 3.93  ·  rating details  ·  133 ratings  ·  17 reviews

Highly unorthodox questions and answers about life after life from America's most delightful medium

Concetta Bertoldi has been communicating with the "Other Side" since childhood. In her previous book, the bestselling "Do Dead People Watch You Shower?," she addressed questions about the afterlife that ranged from the poignant to the provocative. Now she returns with "Do Dea

Paperback, 256 pages
Published April 14th 2009 by HarperCollins Publishers (first published April 1st 2009)
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Love love love Concetta! Her books have a beautiful message and this one is just as fun as the first (this time with a discussion about our beloved pets waiting for us on the Other Side). She's a bright light and a positive spirit - and I'm so thankful for her perspective.
Aug 16, 2010 Donna rated it 3 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: Those who enjoy "psychics"--who have met Concetta
Recommended to Donna by: Tara K.
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Kira vizcaino
not as good as the other one she wrote "do dead people watch you shower"... but still an easy & quick worthy read if you're interested in the after life.
This book was written by a clairvoyant who is answering questions that she is often asked about "the other side"and the dead people who visit her and her clients. I was disappointed. I thought some of the stories were very interesting but her answers to some of the questions asked were not stories of what happened to her clients but were her opinion. Not that her opinion is wrong, the author certainly is the closest thing we have to an expert on what happens to us after we die but her opinion is ...more
May 20, 2009 Tiffany rated it 3 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: anyone interested in life after death/psychic mediums
Again, same format as the first book, and this book isn't exactly a can be read independently from the other book without any problems. I bought this book at her live event that I went to and she signed it for me. After awhile, it seems that all of the questions have the same answer...but nonetheless, this is a topic I am very interested in and I did enjoy the book.
Ilana Waters
Every bit as good as the first book, told with the author's signature sass. Although I don't agree with everything Bertoldi says, it's easy to pick this volume up to read with her others, or just enjoy independently.
I generally enjoy this type of book for bedtime reading; nothing too heavy, maybe some light humor. This book isn't bad -- it's just silly, without any humorous relief.
Ellen C
Much better than i thought it would be. It gets a little repetitive but the book is formatted to be a skimmer. It's a nice light take on the afterlife. I enjoyed it.
All your most pressing practical questions answered from one who claims to be able to speak with your loved ones who have passed over.
Joan Parker
Read her first book, then this one, now ready for the next! Enjoy her simple writing, answering many curiosity questions.
Nicole Engard
Do Dead People Walk Their Dogs?: Questions You'd Ask a Medium If You Had the Chance by Concetta Bertoldi (no date)
This book was surprisingly wonderful - really recommend.
Really profound.....I'm really glad I read this.
Gail Snyder
Enjoyed this just as much as the first
Enjoyed reading this one.
Oh the humanity.
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Concetta Bertoldi is a full-time medium with a two-year waiting list who is regularly consulted by members of Britain’s royal family, American celebrities, politicians, and others. She is the author of Do Dead People See You Shower?, Do Dead People Walk Their Dogs? and Inside The Other Side:Soul Contracts, Life Lessons, and How Dead People Help Us, Between Here and Heaven." She lives in New Jersey ...more
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