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Author: Grace Duffie Boylan
ISBN: 1440045283
Subcategory: Genre Fiction
Pages 92 pages
Publisher Forgotten Books (June 27, 2012)
Language English
Category: Fiction
Rating: 4.6
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eBook Thy Son Liveth: Message from a Soldier to His Mother (Classic Reprint) download

by Grace Duffie Boylan

A message of comfort for grieving readers, this remarkable story recounts a mother's supernatural contact with a son who perished on a Flanders battlefield during World War I. Its simple message, as expressed in one o. .

This book is very different from her other works

About the Pu Excerpt from Thy Son Liveth: Message From a Soldier to His Mother.

Boylan, Grace Duffie, 1861?-1935.

Boylan, Grace Duffie Thy Son Liveth: Message from a Soldier .

Grace Duffie Boylan was an American writer. by Grace Duffie Boylan.

The manuscript was received from an author known to them, accompanied by the following letter: The notes for this manuscript came into my possession several months ago, but I have not seen my way clear to submit it for publication until now, when the poignant grief of the world moves every heart to offer all it may of comfort. I am convinced that the simply presented letters of the soldier killed in Flanders contain comfort for all who now mourn or must mourn in the future. I should like to see these letters given a wide circulation through the medium of an inexpensive book. Convinced of the sincerity of the author, and realizing that these messages from an American soldier were no ordinary spirit communications the publishers asked for further information.(Typographical errors above are due to OCR software and don't occur in the book.)About the Publisher Forgotten Books is a publisher of historical writings, such as: Philosophy, Classics, Science, Religion, History, Folklore and Mythology.Forgotten Books' Classic Reprint Series utilizes the latest technology to regenerate facsimiles of historically important writings. Careful attention has been made to accurately preserve the original format of each page whilst digitally enhancing the aged text. Read books online for free at www.forgottenbooks.org
This thought provoking book will give comfort to anyone who has lost a loved one. I have always been interested in this subject, and I have read many books on communication from the other side. This first hand experience of a grieving mother is remarkable. Grace Duffie Boylan is an incredible writer and a pioneer for her time. This tabu subject brought her much criticism and ridicule. I think it was so brave of her to write this book, per her son's instructions, in spite of the problems it caused her. Her mission, and her son's, was to let everyone know that our loved ones are still with us, even after they pass to the other side. They both only wanted to give comfort and knowledge. I recommend this book to anyone who is looking for answers.
This book which was written in 1918 is the perfect book to give the bereaved. After seeing the film A Rumor of Angels with Vanessa Redgrave, I became interested in obtaining this book.
However it is extremely hard to find. I read my copy through an inter library transfer. This true story of a woman and her son. The son and woman were very close and learned the morse code together. When the son was sent off to WWI, he reached his Mother to tell her of his death with the morse code machine he had set up with her. After that all messages were done by automatic writing. The messages are quite amazing. If you can find this book I recommend that you read it. I plead with publishers to republish this book in an inexpensive format as it was intended for many to read.
This was a present and I really don't know anything about it but the one I bought it for said it was good.
Knights from Bernin
When I found out that the movie, A Rumor of Angels (Ray Liotta, Vanessa Redgrave) was based on this book, I just had to read it. Love the movie; love this book! I am so grateful that it was published and that it is now still available.

Fascinating to read the messages of a dead soldier communicating with his mother from the Other Side. The phrases and slang from the American 1920s lends real authenticity. It's not "great writing;" it's miraculous writing.
Movie Rumor of angels was actually better than the book
Absolutely one of the best books I've read.
I caught part of this movie on tv and wanted a copy of my own. I love it. Would recommend it to anyone moving through the grief process.
Great book. Some of it I take with a grain of salt, but I believe what is described could happen.