Alex Kelburn knows there is an afterlife, he’s been there. Introduced in ‘Flight of the Kingfisher’ Alex is a gifted psychic medium whose life purpose is to help people on both sides of the veil. People like young Flora, who has a story that must be told; Sylvia, in despair as she watches dementia take her husband piece by piece; and Kallie, grieving for the grandparents who raised her and trying to find a way to reconcile with her mother. They can’t communicate with their loved ones through the veil … but Alex can.
** Walk in the Afterlight is a rewritten version of ‘The Waiting Gate’ published in 2017 **
- What an incredible journey I’ve been on – I couldn’t put this book down!! From start to finish I felt as though I was living with the characters. The sensitive subject of dementia is handled gently, but in such a way that it leaves you asking questions yourself. This is the second Alex Kelburn book and it certainly doesn’t disappoint, the story line just gets better and better – I now wait with bated breath for the third!!
- As in its prequel, ‘Flight of the Kingfisher’, the story, the real-to-life characters, and the real-to-life dialogues are superb. The elaborate and well-crafted descriptions bring every scene to life and make you feel you’re in the middle of the action of a 3D movie. Brilliant!!
Publication Date: October 2020