Don't You Remember

Don't You Remember

A Memoir

Book - 2007
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DON'T YOU REMEMBER? is a fascinating and haunting memoir of a stunning past-life event that began when author George Ella Lyon was five years old, traveling with her family on a trip to Niagara Falls. Many years later this family story hesitantly emerges, and she begins pursuing it (or, as she notes, the story seems to pursue her). Her quest to understand the details and characters of this spiritual mystery becomes a decades-long journey from Harlan County, Kentucky; to Bath, New York; to Llanrwst, Wales. Told with keen eye, open heart and mastery of language, this is a story for past-life believers and non-believers alike, for it is the author's healthy skepticism that keeps this unique story in balance with the reality of her daily life. BOBBIE ANN MASON calls DON'T YOU REMEMBER? An IRRESISTIBLE story, filled with suspense and wonder. SILAS HOUSE says it is HAUNTING, thought-provoking, brave ... and maybe even the best book yet from this beloved author. LEE SMITH deems it ENTHRALLING ... a mystery story of the highest order. And MARY ANN TAYLOR-HALL describes this memoir as RIVETING ... a penetrating, serious meditation .... (More info:
Publisher: Louisville, Ky. : Motes, c2007
ISBN: 9780977874569
Branch Call Number: B Lyon
Characteristics: 216 p. ; 23 cm


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