Brian L. Weiss Writing Styles in Many Lives, Many Masters

Brian L. Weiss
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Perspective

The subject matter of this book is told in the first person, denoting the author's internal feelings and thoughts. He often expresses surprise at events. This is not overdone because four years have elapsed since he unearthed past life form of therapy with Catherine. Clearly he has digested the matter and when he conveys surprise, it is perhaps because this is how he expects readers to react. Weiss punctuates the narrative with what his thinking was before meeting Catherine by listing his conservative upbringing, family life and his respected career. In each chapter his viewpoint becomes gradually more accepting and more open-minded. His task in writing this book is to only to relate of his experiences but to open other minds to the existence of the paranormal.

Tone

The tone varies depending upon who is doing the speaking. Although the circumstances can be interpreted as somewhat surreal throughout...

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