A Little Angel Love by Jacky Newcomb
Information: 228 pages, paperback
They say: What do angels really look like? Can they intervene in our lives? How do angels share love and laughter?
A Little Angel Love is a heart-warming collection of stories of how angels have comforted, healed and inspired, accompanied by meditations and down-to-earth practical ideas - how angels can help you with your life plan, offer you protection and guidance, and fill your life with love, happiness and inspiration.
Jacky Newcomb Jacky Newcomb is a leading angel expert in the UK, and author of An Angel Treasury. She runs her own column, "Dear Angel Lady", for the UK's CHAT It's Fate magazine and has appeared on ITV's This Morning and LIVINGtv's Psychic Live.
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Jacky Newcomb is a multi-award winning, Sunday Times best-selling author and paranormal experiences expert. Jacky is regularly featured in magazines and the national press as well as being a frequent radio and TV expert. Jacky has appeared on SKY and Living TV, ITV’s This Morning, Channel 5 Live and many others. She is a columnist for Take-a-Break’s Fate & Fortune magazine.
Reviews - rated 5/5 based on customer reviews
The first chapter entitled ‘Guardian Angels – Beautiful Beings of Light’ is over fifty pages long, but this is not a heavy read, as this, as with the other chapters, has passages of prose, intermixed with short quotes from famous and biblical people, along with case studies and personal anecdotes from members of the public who have shared their angel experiences with Jacky. Some of these experiences are echoed in other books on angels – such as incidences involving a person finding small white feathers and taking these as signs of angelic presence, to someone falling asleep at the wheel of a vehicle and ‘miraculously’ waking to find they had arrived safely on the other side of the junction or round-a-bout and being aware of a presence in the seat next to them. There are also many experiences which I haven’t come across in other angel texts, and for the small price of this book, it is certainly worth buying, as it is a wonderful, uplifting read.
Although the book consists of 228 pages, it is a small volume, easily carried and easily read in perhaps a day or over a weekend. The book’s format makes it easy to just ‘dip into’, although it can be comfortably read from cover-to-cover also. The chapter on ‘Protection and Safe Keeping’ offers an interesting list of Arch Angels’ names along with the area of protection they can offer humans, such as ‘Archangel Raguel – Protection in law and legal......more