Thursday, February 04, 2010

Some people...

A few posts back I mentioned a recently published book on Anomalous Experiences what I edited. A fairly descriptive review of the book can be found here.

All very well, but he doesn't even mention the index once.

6 comments:

Tom Ruffles said...

Shame it took so long to get the book into print after the conference. I've handled it and was especially drawn to the index. I thought it quite beautiful and probably worth publication in its own right.

Peter Rogerson did a useful review, though it's a shame he has misspelled Robin Wooffitt's name. Actually the whole thing could do with some proof reading.

lifes said...

Ahhh but it does say you are the editor.lol

Is a very good indepth review.

Anonymous said...

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Anonymous said...

Easily I agree but I contemplate the list inform should have more info then it has.

Spiritual Junkie said...

I think I'm going to have to side with Anonymous 2 on this one. I, too, contemplate the list inform should have more info then it has.

But then again, I'm hardly likely to agree with Anonymous 1 who, by their own admission was a dump and downright pessimistic person.

Bloody good index though.

Sandra said...

I was "what" I edited and not "what" I wrote?

 
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