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Reviewed by Ruffina Oserio for Readers' Favorite
In Love After Life by Richard Sieg, they love each other passionately, deeply, and have sworn to remain inseparable, even defying death. But then a tragic car accident breaks James and Kathleen apart. Death could be stronger than love after all. But wait a minute! Six-year-old Joseph has unusual dreams, linked to a woman called Kathleen, a woman with a voice that pierces the very depths of his soul. He dreams of her for years, until he hears Kimberly singing in one of the TV shows. Could she be the Kathleen who inhabits part of his consciousness? What happens when they meet each other is what makes this novel a must-read.
There are many interesting concepts woven into this book and the idea of people having glimpses of their past lives isn’t particularly unusual to many readers, but the way the author develops this idea is very interesting. Another thing that is interesting about this novel is that the author takes a common theme — love and romance — and transforms this into a thrilling paranormal story and that is one of the unique strengths of this book. Apart from the strong premise and the expertly handled conflict, the narrative voice is clear and absorbing, the writing crisp and enjoyable, and character development top-notch. Love After Life is intricately plotted and Richard Sieg succeeds in holding the attention of readers, giving them hope by making them believe that those who have loved and lost will always find their love in another life. Love After Life is entertaining, indeed!