Book Review: Into the Summerland By Julian Cundy

About the Book:

The eternal question - what happens when we die? Is there a consequence from how we lived? Is there a reckoning?
Henry Ashton's turbulent life is at an end. As he moves on from this world, he discovers how elusive the final peace can be.

With a spirit companion by his side, Henry learns there can be no peace without reconciliation, no rest without acceptance. He must walk his own path to absolution.

"For some souls the transition from mortal life to eternal peace is an easy one, soon completed. For others, who have been troubled in their life or who cannot reconcile the events and their part in them, the journey is longer...and harder. But every soul will find its rest."

What Did I Think?

This is the first time I have read a book in the spiritual genre and I am so glad that I did; I really enjoyed it! I think Julian has taken us through the book as if we were actually there with Henry as he journeys through different rooms to look at his life with his spiritual companion, Chuttlewizz. 

Towards the end of the book a sentence really struck me (actually it was a paragraph but I don't want to give too much away) "We all have the opportunity to gain better understanding, achieve peace and reconciliation during our lifetimes." This is so true, but if we don't, maybe there is a Chuttlewizz waiting for us before the other side too.

Information about the Book

Title: Into the Summerland
Author: Julian Cundy
Release Date: 1st March 2018
Genre: Spiritual
Publisher: Little Bang Publishing
Format: Ebook
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About the Author

Living  in  Westcliff-on-Sea  Essex,  Julian  Cundy  is  a British  adventurer,  dedicated  day  dreamer,  wordsmith  and  observer  of  life  and  all  its  absurdities.  He  is  a  recognisable  character  in  his  home  town  thanks  to  his  eye-catching  outfits  comprising  fine  hats,  cravats,  tails  and  spats.

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