Book Review: ‘Hands Of An Angel’, Helen Parry Jones
Helen Parry Jones has been a professional spiritual healer and empathic medium for thirty years. She has filled theatres and auditoriums and appeared on radio and TV. But this is the first time she has told her incredible story.
Published by Arrow, December 2012
£RRP £6.99 (Waterstones £5.59)
Reviewer Sally Keeling
Hands of an Angel is the story of a family. Born into this family is a child Helen, with a gift. Helens story begins at the age of 4 and travels through her difficult and complex childhood, and the continuing struggle into adult life with her confused parents.
Throughout the book Helen has an intense relationship with her spirit guide named Sam,who is leading her through her spiritual journey, as both teacher and friend.
The book takes the reader through spiritual sightings of Angels and many contacts with Spirit, both uplifting and sometimes really saddening. Reading at times like a collection of short stories, this book would appeal to the spiritually aware and those who are intrigued by the subject, however, I am not convinced that a broader audience could relate to it.
We welcome our new Reviewer Sally Keeling, who lives near Brackley with husband Dave and puppy Emmy