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.


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

Is a very good indepth review.

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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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