Book Review – Angels at my Fingertips by Lorna Byrne
Do you believe in angels?
I certainly do, and I know they help me on a daily basis.
Lorna Byrne has seen angels since she was a child. She is also able to describe them in great detail, and shares their messages of hope and healing for our future.
Her first book “Angels in my Hair was published in 2008. It is now an international bestseller. I recently discovered the sequel, “Angels at my Fingertips,” in my local library. I just had to read it.
Angels at My Fingertips takes us back to the territory that made Angels in My Hair a million selling, international bestseller. Stories of Lorna’s early life in rural Ireland, of how angels helped and guided her through traumatic events, lead to a detailed description of what angels are like, the different types of angels, how they behave in interact with God and other angels as well as human beings, their role during our lives and after death. Angels at My Fingertips also contains an account of how Joe, her husband, who died young in Angels in My Hair returns to visit her. For the first time Lorna reveals the role of the souls of our loved ones who may return from heaven briefly to help and guide us. Information as detailed as this never been published anywhere before now.
Since she went public about her unprecedented gifts, Lorna’s reputation has grown. The Catholic Church is at last beginning to show recognition, asking her to speak in churches, and leading American theologian Matthew Fox has compared her to the medieval saint, Hildegard of Bingen. Her unique qualities have been recognised by leading Islamic theologians too.
Lorna’s last two books for have been Sunday Times number one bestsellers and Message of Hope from the Angels was also the number one bestselling MBS book in the year it was published.
In this sequel to “Angels in my Hair,” Lorna Byrne shares more details about her regular interactions with angels, including their appearance, teachings and relationship with God.
I particularly enjoyed reading about the messages given by her angels, not just for herself but for others in times of crisis.
Lorna also shares poignant memories of her late husband Joe, and the love she found after his early death.
Although she was labelled “retarded” as a child, and has now been diagnosed with dyslexia, she tells the reader how she writes her best selling books using verbal instructions on her computer, which are then edited by her daughter.
I found this book very insightful yet easy to read, from a very humble and inspirational lady.
Brigid P. Gallagher is a retired natural medicines therapist, passionate organic gardener and author of “Watching the Daisies- Life lessons on the Importance of Slow,” a holistic memoir dedicated to the art of mindfulness and healing from debilitating illness.
She lives in Donegal, Ireland – an area of outstanding natural beauty.
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