Review of The Priest Whisperer by Stefan Emunds

The Priest Whisperer by Stefan Emunds is a visual tale about a man’s experience with the unknown.

~~~~Some Spoilers Ahead!~~~~

George is a pastor who lives for the simple, Pennsylvania life. One morning, as he’s 516G4t+MFlLsitting on his front porch and talking to God, George is granted an unusual vision about the reality around us. As he slips deeper into the vision, George is guided by a strangely familiar voice. This voice sends him on a journey beyond the imagination; one full of self-discovery, and the realization that things are much bigger than they appear.

I greatly enjoyed the fact that this book is written in a journalistic style, which makes it easier for the reader to get absorbed in George’s experience. I like the unique way that the “real” world is described, and the author does a good job of making us feel George’s wonder, confusion, and profound realization at how the world really works. The dialogue is great for moving the story along, and I especially loved the conversations between George and the voice that guides him.
The author also explains that George was practicing a form of visual meditation, and he gives us examples on how we can try it for ourselves. I think this is useful for someone who is curious about having visions of their own.

Overall, I rate it a 4 out of 5. The settings were well described, the character was dynamic, and I really enjoyed the unique perspective it gave of our universe. The only flaw I can see is that it might be considered confusing to some. My advice is to not rush through the book and give yourself time to make the connections and absorb the information provided. Only then can your spirit become enlightened.

About the Author:

5yExKd9E_400x400Born in Germany, Stefan Emunds is a visionary writer who spent three decades pursuing a spiritual career. He started his writing career in 2012 and has since written numerous stories of fiction, non-fiction, some screenplays, and poetry. The Priest Whisperer is his latest novel, preceded by God Child and How Jesus Crashed a Christmas Eve Mass. To learn more about this author and his works, you can visit his Website, his Amazon Page, or follow him on Twitter
. The author’s photo was taken from Twitter.

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