Nancy-Gail Burns

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A near death experience introduces Melina to Mr. Hobb, the liaison between our world and the next. She discovers death is not passive. Dying involves choices that affect the living. Doctors discard her new-found knowledge by labeling her delusional. Only an autistic child who straddles both worlds knows Mr. Hobb is real and realizes Melina is in danger. Is delusion a term used to keep minds firmly shut to truths that do not fit into our conception of what they should be? Can an ordinary person be...

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