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Reviewed by Lit Amri for Readers' Favorite
"Sleep Never Comes: For Those that Did Not Reach the Other Side" is a novel that comprises of many short stories by Pam McCagh, a gifted medium that communicates with the other world through Automatic Writing. The stories are not like any other short stories out there; they are stories told by people who exist between the living world and the hereafter.
In this matter, sometimes I’m a believer that there are more to this life than the world we are living in. At other times, my belief is just that “When I’m dead, I’m dead”. But this book will inspire the readers more about life as a whole, not just about the afterlife. It is about love, of a man, woman, father, son, daughters and all people from all walks of life. It is also about courage, regrets, and everything that makes us human. Pam McCagh writes the stories according to what the spirits told her, so her tone and style vary to capture the reader's attention or to tell the stories in the best manner possible. It is as though these stories are written by different people. There is also a nostalgic quality to the writing, mainly because the stories are from the past. I can’t choose any story as my favorite, because I really do like them all. As far as I’m concerned, there is no story that is more interesting than others. They are different in their own way, but similar at the same time. Put your skeptical mind aside and read the book for the inspiration that it has to offer.