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The Priest Whisperer

4.17  ·  Rating details ·  18 ratings  ·  13 reviews
The Priest Whisperer is an inspirational novelette series describing the life of George Mykal Ferluci, who lives his life quietly in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. But this is about to change. One sunny afternoon George experiences an awe-inspiring vision of another dimension, causing him to doubt his common perception and world view. As he prays with all his heart to underst ...more
Paperback, 1st, 56 pages
Published June 23rd 2015 by Createspace
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Winter Sophia Rose
Inspiring & Deep! I Loved It!
Lisa Reads & Reviews

The author kindly supplied an e-book copy of this story for an honest, non-reciprocal review. It is with a heavy heart that I fulfill my part of the bargain. Others reviewers have raved about the story, so my disappointment is due to my background in religion and philosophy, and my studies/efforts in fiction writing. The Priest Whisperer is not a novel in the traditional sense of storytelling. There are no external conflicts, antagonists, plot, subplot, story arcs, etc. It does not fall in the l
Aug 28, 2015 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
George is a pastor who lives for the simple, Pennsylvania life. One morning, as he's sitting on his front porch and talking to God, George is granted an unusual vision about the reality around us. As he slips deeper into the vision, George is guided by a strangely-familiar inner voice. This voice sends him on a journey beyond the imagination; one full of self-discovery and the realization that things are much bigger than they appear.

I greatly enjoyed this book. It's written in a journalistic st
Grant Leishman
Aug 25, 2015 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Don't be surprised - this "book" is more short story than anything else. At only 17 pages, I'm not sure it even qualifies as that. Still, do not let that put you off buying or reading it.

In those 17 pages Emunds asks and attempts to answer, through his character George, the biggest question of them all; Who am I?

I realise the author is coming at this from a Christian perspective, but I think that's totally irrelevant as the answers he proffers are equally applicable to the Christian or non-Chr
J. Kahele
Aug 26, 2015 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
I was not quite sure how to take this book. It seemed like a story of one mans life and how he found spirituality, but I found as I read on, it was almost as if the story was speaking directly to me. I don't want to label it as a self-help book, because I believe it is much deeper than that, it's more of a spiritual book, a guidance to look deep into yourself and try and find what makes you feel more complete. ...more
Jennifer Kirkwood (Levac)
I received a copy of this short story in exchange for an honest review. You can view the original review at Genuine Jenn

I have found myself reading more inspirational/religious books lately as I have been on a journey over the past year to find myself and find peace within. This little short story touches that question of Who am I? Have we looked at ourselves or should I say within ourselves to see who we really are? Instead of what we do. I am a mother, a daughter, a support worker, a reader,
Aug 28, 2015 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Very touching book. I love the plot and all decorated characters these seems to be real paradise.

Highly appreciate..!
Jesse Budi
This is a novella that presents some weighty ideas. I enjoyed the analogy in the beginning, in which our narrator mentions how he is always thinking about the future, and compares it to riding a train that’s barreling through beautiful landscapes. There’s never time to stop and enjoy the scenery because he’s too focused on the destination. I felt like this was a clever way of stressing the idea that we need to enjoy the here-and-now, and it was something to which I could instantly relate.

But fro
K.S. Ferguson
I don't get it

When I received this work, the author presented it as a work of non-fiction, but to make it more interesting, he'd wrapped it in fiction. He stated that the story was a catalyst for the content. Apparently I don't understand what that means. It's not a work of non-fiction because it isn't presented with any of the trappings of non-fiction, like facts or descriptions of verified historical events, and it's not a fiction story because it lacks any of the necessary elements of a ficti
H.A. Larson
Nov 02, 2015 rated it liked it
The Priest Whisperer is a quick read. Filled with a lot of religious symbolism, this novella aims to describe moments of clarity and realization for Christians. I wasn't quite sure how to read or understand any of it, as I am not a religious person myself, but I think I get the gist of it. It's written in an interesting style and it has decent descriptive prose. It would be a good read for the spiritual people out there! ...more
Brent R
Oct 08, 2015 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
When I first saw the title I thought it was some religious book, but it's more than that it's more of a spiritual read. The book takes on a question we all have, which is who am I? Excellent book I can't wait for part 2. ...more
Patricia Mick
Jul 05, 2015 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
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a view i have never thought of before.very original.cant wait for part 2
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what a great book by stefan edmunds
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Stefan has dedicated his life to producing inspiration. For him, spirit is the very essence of life that keeps us kicking, dreaming, cur

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