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Reviewed by Jack Magnus for Readers' Favorite
Dreams and Awe: A Spiritual Journey is a nonfiction collection of memoirs by Angela Noble, which recount her experiences with the supernatural and the assistance she’s received over the years from her deceased loved ones. She begins by describing the recurring dream which she had begun experiencing after an exceptionally harrowing breakup of a relationship. In her dream, she was captivated by the sunlit image of tall blond man, with long wavy hair. The two of them seemed to be traveling on a dirt road past open fields and hills until they finally reach their destination -- a large, lovely home. The dream made her feel warm and welcome, as did that nocturnal companion. Her waking life suddenly merged with that long-anticipated dream when she met the man who would become her life partner and best friend. From their first moments together, it was as though they had always known each other. It was perfect, and she realized that he had been the one she’d been dreaming about.
Dreams and Awe: A Spiritual Journey is a beautifully written and enthralling look at the author’s supernatural experiences. Her descriptions of the dark entity she sensed about her on one Halloween evening were chilling, and the image she drew of the protective older woman seen in the photograph she shares is stunningly similar to that of her great-grandmother, whose photo is shared later on in the book. Her other experiences, which include messages through music sent by her dad and others, are also fascinating. Noble also was the beneficiary of a healing ceremony conducted by a woman who facilitated a meditation group the author belonged to. I loved reading about the healing and the vision of the aboriginal man she saw during that experience. While everyone has different beliefs and opinions on the supernatural, I found Noble’s accounts to be credible and well worth spending some time reading about. Dreams and Awe: A Spiritual Journey is most highly recommended.