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Reviewed by Astrid Iustulin for Readers' Favorite
My Autobiographies by John Koenig is a book that, right from the title, makes you understand that things are out of the ordinary. Perhaps you too have reflected on the possibility of having lived other lives before this one. In this book, Koenig not only reveals his previous lives (and the current one), but he will invite you to reflect on yours and consider that certain character traits you have now may depend on what you have experienced in the past. Follow Koenig as he reveals his previous lives as Brother Thomas, a German scholar who committed suicide; Una, a mother with children; Robbie, the boy born into slavery before the Civil War; a royal household guard in ancient Egypt, and others.
Many have thought about writing their own autobiography, but I have never read any book where the same person tells about his many lives. My Autobiographies stands out for this reason, and whether you believe what John Koenig says or not, there is something extraordinary here. Analyzing past lives to try to clarify what goes on in the current one is an interesting perspective, especially for someone like Koenig, who has to reflect on many things. I liked the autobiographies very much because each tells something different; in addition, Koenig is very good at highlighting the character traits of the various figures that help him and us in this analysis. I recommend this book because it is enjoyable and can guide the reader with suggestions they do not often hear.