Norah Shariff's autobiography is likely to cause some turmoil as she takes the reader into a harsh world created by her immediate family; a world filled with obstacles preventing her from gaining precious freedom. Norah is brought up in a living nightmare, created by her father's abuse and violence, her grandparents' strict religious precepts, and an oppressive religious system. Although a victim herself, Norah is unyieldingly supportive to the point of being overprotective of her mother whose own hell on earth is filled with daily physical and psychological abuse. Over time, Norah realizes her life is slipping away and her strength of character and audacious nature are the two key elements which will eventually free her from the horrific shackles weighing her down.
Over twenty years ago, Serge Girard knocked on the doors of Éditions JCL like many other authors, his manuscript in hand and heart filled with hope. This man from Jonquière claimed to have been aided by fifty or so spirits, guiding and inspiring him to finish this work of serious reflection.
Could it be?
The dead are silent. Very few have returned on Earth, in the flesh and blood, to tell us exactly what happens in the hereafter. Yet, since the beginning of time, numerous disembodied Spirits have confided in mediums who possess the innate gift to harness such fascinating testimonies.
Serge Girard is one of these mediums, deliberately chosen by the Spirits as an intermediary through which to share their views with all on many aspects of human life on Earth. In addition, these beings from the hereafter have told with great accuracy who they were when they lived on Earth and what happened to them in the afterlife.