Angie Fenimore, a wife and mother haunted by abuse in childhood and The following is an excerpt from her wonderful book, Beyond the Darkness. Find out more about Beyond The Darkness by Angie Fenimore at Simon & Schuster UK. Read book reviews & excerpts, watch author videos & more. Beyond the darkness by Angie Fenimore, , Bantam Books edition, in English .
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Thank you, Angie for sharing your story. I thought the writer had a really bad life, so not surprising that she couldn’t deal with veyond.
Fenimore calls it a purgatorial type of place populated by many ghost-like entities. July 24, History. Recently added by over. The way she describes the light and the darkness for everyday life makes allot of sense to me, but if you don’t have faith in God then you probably wont enjoy this book. I seem to read it every year at Christmastime.
Beyond The Darkness
The author displays a positive sense of putting her life in perspective, learning from the traumas she suffered and the identifying the coping mechanisms that didn’t work. I found Angie’s experience to be inspiring and beautiful.
This is a fenimroe sign of confusion about what happened and lack of clarity or inability in communicating it. My mother attempted suicide once.
This one has a special place in my heart. She learned that she needed to purge all “darkness” from angke life and surround herself with “light” God’s love. One gets the impression that the edge of hell is physically located proximate to purgatory. I am glad we have multiple accounts from people who have attempted to take their own lives and recovered.
There is so much truth in it.
This book is more New Age in its understanding than the darkndss christian type which is where she seems to want to be. Nonfic Fan rated it did not like it Sep 01, The second half deals with her Share this book Facebook. Here, she tells of her brief, hellish tour of you-know-where. There were a few surprising revelations in it for me, which I won’t spoil by telling you. No one is really happy or sad, just blank faces with indifferent human venimore.
Very much a hard knock life, but at the same time, much of it was the author’s own making. I don’t know if her near death experience was really that or just a bad drug reaction, but it doesn’t seem to matter since it turned her life around.
Borrow eBook Download ebook for print-disabled Prefer the physical book? Jan 30, Nicolette Froelicher rated it it was amazing Shelves: Like i electrocuted myself or something. I have discovered over the years that I learn best from opposition and adversity.
Bridget Blanton rated it liked it Sep 30, It’s like sitting around and judging flowers or something. Helena Luctus rated it liked it Aug 22, My library Help Advanced Book Search. This book was disturbing in the same way that Left Behind was disturbing to me Very much a thought provoking read.
Swap 7 have, 1 want. The author describes this experience while simultaneously interpreting it.
Beyond the Darkness: My Near-Death Journey to the Edge of Hell
Jul 15, Sverre rated it it was ok Shelves: Ive never experienced something like it before. This gives a lot more details and was an easy read.
Jul 08, Krista the Krazy Kataloguer rated it liked it Shelves: I personally like holding a grudge Beyond the Darkness by Angie Fenimore.
Trivia About Beyond the Darkne I would recommend it and I would read it again.