The Leaching of Ian Burns - Audrey K. Agnothedy Reviews
Description:Genre: Fiction / Author: Audrey K. Agnothedy / Kindle Edition published 2010-10-18 by Infinity Publishing
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by - written on 30/03/11, updated on 30/03/11 (Very useful, 109 readings)
On browsing various eBook sites I came across this "The Leaching of Ian Burns" I read the write up but still wasn't sure whether or not it was my thing, however I noticed it was a free download so I thought why not. The Leaching of Ian Burns This is the story of a cantankerous old man called Ian Burns, who just so happens, to have died. The beginning of the book tells us of Ian's experience as he realizes he's dead, as no one knows for sure what happens to us when we die, I found this quite interesting. He is in Heaven, and is appointed an Angel to guide and help him with his adjustment to his new environment. Everything ... Read the complete review
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