Diving Through Clouds

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Dandelion Books, LLC, Jan 1, 2001 - Fiction - 165 pages
9 Reviews
"Kate Fitzgerald's spirit hovers above her hospital bed, looking down on her lifeless body. She finds herself far from extinguished but rather in some sort of limbo. She travels freely back and forth into the lives of those she left behind - her cold unloving husband, William; his lover, Veronica; her best friend, Veronica (yes, you guessed it); her estranged daughter, Celia; and her adorable French grandson, Matt. His first words to her are "Bonjour, Grand-mere Kate. Are you a fantome?""--BOOK JACKET.

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User Review  - Jamie Kim - Goodreads

I thought the summary of the book sounded kind of lame... I've never enjoyed books that have anything to do with angels and ghosts and whatnot, BUT I enjoyed this one. I was interested in the story ... Read full review

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User Review  - Darlene - Goodreads

Interesting read with main character narrating after she had died. Are there things we only discover after our deaths? Love her form of retaliation against kids bullying her grandson. I would recommend it as a light book to read when you don't want something heavy to think hard about. Read full review

About the author (2001)

Born in London, Nicola Lindsay has lived in Ireland on and off for more than thirty years. She has traveled fairly extensively abroad and has lived in Africa, France, England, and Italy. She nursed, modeled, grew plants, taught, and played the flute before finding out that writing was the thing she really wanted to do.

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