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Diving Through Clouds

by Nicola Lindsay

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Kate Fitzgerald has died, but not left this world. She hovers over her husband and their home in Ireland. She's not sure whay she is still around, but learns she still has work to do. She learns about her husband, her best friend, their pasts, and about her estranged daughter's life.

A nice way to look at life after death and the power of people to change if given the right motivation. ( )
  saplin | Nov 8, 2008 |
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As far as they are concerned, I'm dead.
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A women who dies looks over her husband from heaven and tells about it. Like Alice Sebold's best seller Lovely Bones, this setting also deals with watching over family from death.
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Kate Fitzgerald's spirit hovers above her hospital bed, looking down on her lifeless body. She finds herself far from extinguished but rather in some sort of limbo. She travels freely back and forth into the lives of those she left behind--her cold unloving husband, William; his lover, Veronica; her best friend, Veronica (yes, you guessed it); her estranged daughter, Celia; and her adorable French grandson, Matt. His first words to her are "Bonjour, Grand-mère Kate. Are you a fantôme?" Readers will discover a most marvelous and memorable ghost indeed.

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"Kate Fitzgerald's spirit hovers above her hospital bed, looking down on her lifeless body. She finds herself far from extinguished but rather in some sort of limbo. She travels freely back and forth into the lives of those she left behind - her cold unloving husband, William; his lover, Veronica; her best friend, Veronica (yes, you guessed it); her estranged daughter, Celia; and her adorable French grandson, Matt. His first words to her are "Bonjour, Grand-mere Kate. Are you a fantome?""--BOOK JACKET.… (more)

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