Cappuccino Heaven: A Life After Death

Cappuccino Heaven A Life After Death Cappuccino Heaven will take you on a journey into the afterlife with Elizabeth Walker Leaving her years of life behind she enters her wider world full of expectations meeting friends and family lo

  • Title: Cappuccino Heaven: A Life After Death
  • Author: Michelle Wright
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 409
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Cappuccino Heaven will take you on a journey into the afterlife with Elizabeth Walker Leaving her 38 years of life behind she enters her wider world full of expectations, meeting friends and family long gone she marvels at the fact she can still get her favourite cappuccino s New adventures await yet she cannot forget her husband Mike and daughters Sasha and Lucy that shCappuccino Heaven will take you on a journey into the afterlife with Elizabeth Walker Leaving her 38 years of life behind she enters her wider world full of expectations, meeting friends and family long gone she marvels at the fact she can still get her favourite cappuccino s New adventures await yet she cannot forget her husband Mike and daughters Sasha and Lucy that she has been forced to leave behind.Slowly she begins to realize that her visions of the afterlife are not what they seem, the dark lower levels becoming a source of attraction that draws her to the idea of rescuing lost tormented souls exposing her own human weakneses A sensitive and challenging story that will leave you wondering Maybe what we do in life does affect where we go in death.

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      Published :2019-07-08T15:12:57+00:00

    About "Michelle Wright"

    1. Michelle Wright

      Michelle Wright is A best selling author who s worked with the likes of JR Rain, Scott Nicholson and Aiden James Born in London s east end into a family of psychic mediums, her passion for writing started young By her early teens she had published stories in magazines and wrote scripts for school plays In later years becoming a psychotherapist and journalist in between practicing her psychic skills she travelled extensively Having lived in Spain and the US she now resides in Belgium.

    143 thoughts on “Cappuccino Heaven: A Life After Death”

    1. I found this interesting book hidden at the end of a book Michelle collaborated on with Aiden James. It was an unexpected treat. It drew me into the afterlife, and one that is somewhat appealing, at least to me, and at least so far. It's what I'd like to see and be able to do. I'm looking forward to so much more, as I am sure she's only scratched the surface with this series - there are so many unanswered questions yet I do not feel like I was left hanging. I just know there are many, many possi [...]


    2. My review.This is one of those rare occasions where I can predict the reaction of readers to a book This is not an ambivalent book. A reader will either love it or hate it. I don’t see a golden high way. The book is a story of a woman’s experience in Heaven after death. She soon learns that she needs to let go of some human issues, that she needs to learn and that she needs to push herself from one realm to the other. She learns that she needs to learn to accept others and – I loved this [...]


    3. .Let me start off by saying I lost my Husband to cancer at a young age, and My daughter to murder when she was just 20, So when I say this book REALLY spoke to my heart, it truly did, This is a wonderful story of a different look at the after life. I Loved Elizabeth's journey from the moment she passed to the waiting family members, to the day she meets her daughter who is a true innocent because she had no time on earth. I cried when Elizabeth's granddaughter was born and it made me wonder, are [...]


    4. This is not an easy, light book to read. On the other hand, it would make a sweet gift to someone in mourning.In this book, Elizabeth has passed over and is dealing with her new situation in heaven. Everyone’s heaven is what they make of it. Elizabeth has arrived as a timid follower. While she waits for her living family to complete their times on Earth, she is continuously pushing herself to grow in her spiritual life with the help of her spirit family, old friends from Earth, new friends, an [...]


    5. Cappuccino Heaven was one of those books that comes along once in a lifetime. It had such an effect on me I can honestly say it will change the way I look at death and live the rest of my life aware of my actions and my lifestyle. The story portrays a woman, Elizabeth who dies fairly young leaving her beloved family behind. She goes through such a remarkable journey on the other side it is totally believable . I had so many moments of reflection during this reading . I also have to say it was li [...]


    6. This is not a genre I normally read but I'm surprised that I enjoyed it so much, I'd read more like it, and more from this author. Wright's book poses a central question: What happens to us after we die? And also, how do we cope with seeing our loved ones from a distance, struggling with life, and not be able to be physically close to them? This is an interesting book, an unusual book, and it's often easy to forget the tough topic that it tackles. Everything is lightened with an easy, down-to-ea [...]


    7. Although I downloaded this story months ago, I wasn't in a place where I was able to read it until now. Having lost my grandmother to cancer not long ago, this topic was near and dear to my heart, and I held off on reading until I was ready. I'm glad I have done so, as this book requires an open mind and much thought. If you're a believer, you no doubt have a vision in your head of Heaven already. I know I certainly do! This book made me consider Heaven and Hell in a new light, and was heartrend [...]


    8. This was a great read. After losing our pet, Guido, and some close friends, it was a comfort to read about this author's rendition of heaven. My husband and I talk about what we think heaven will be like and this helped give us another thought of it.


    9. This book started out so good. Midway through it really started dragging and became very repeatative. I skimmed through a lot just to get to the end.




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