A true story written by Denise E. Jacobs
Synopsis: Once in a lifetime an astonishing true story comes along that not only captivates but also makes you re-evaluate your beliefs. Red Amaryllis is one of those stories. So, get ready for a thought- provoking and remarkable true story of a naive couple pitted against one of the world’s financial giants in a decade- long legal battle which will evoke amazement and horror at the lengths corporate avarice will go to. David Vs Goliath is nothing on the even more amazing fight-back from Denise and Michael, two determined and relentless individuals. However, there is much more to this story than meets the eye. Denise’s desperation transforms her into a survivor…a bona fide juggernaut and force of nature who refuses to take ‘no’ for an answer. In a story which smartly mixes unflagging inspiration with humour, it slowly becomes clear that in her drive to win her case, her uncanny ability to uncover hidden evidence has far greater implications. Denise’s life journey will demonstrate her extraordinary and proven ability to unlock the past, expose the present, and see the future when, in a dramatic twist, the story showcases a terrifying warning to us all. For the past 36 years Denise has foreseen an atomic WWIII looming, and now it is just a few short years away – unless we all make our voices heard and demand that those with power turn back from the brink. The future of the planet is in our hands and time is running out.
The way this book was described to me I assumed it was going to be about a psychic environmentalist lawyer and global warming type of stuff… I didn’t realize it was going to be a doomsday, Nuclear war, end of the world, we’re all doomed no matter what we do type of thing with ghosts mixed in… this book was sent to me by the authors son (I believe) in exchange for a review.
And as painful as it is for me to admit it, is a new one for me! Since I started my blog I haven’t had a DNF! If I have hated a book I have pushed through it, I hate not finishing a book… but I actually can’t read these types of books, I have extreme anxiety and an overactive imagination, my brain runs away with things too much and becomes obsessive and will end up over burning itself with these types of thing (end of the world/y2k/doomsday things) so for that reason I try to avoid this type of stuff.
I tried to give it a go, I got about half way through.. but every chapter I would read would give me such bad anxiety that my brain would attack me for days afterwards. My husband suggested that for my own mental health I should step back from the book.. so that’s what I’m doing. I only got half way through but that’s as far as I’m getting. I have been trying for months but I just can’t go any further.
I am not going to rate this book
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