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Review: Application of Impossible Things, A Near Death Experience in Iraq

A true tale of survival and courage, sure to empower others who read it.

“Come one, come all! Be amazed and shocked as you peek behind the curtain into the realm of the unexplained!!!” From sideshow barkers to check out aisle tabloids the pitch so often outshines the experience that it’s hard not to become cynical. Not so with Natalie Sudman. Her first hand account of being Out of Body during her dance with death explodes off the page. In the blink of an eye she travels dimensions that shred time and space. Yet she writes with such uncommon wit, sophisticated insight, and stunning attention to detail that it will turn your view of reality inside out. This truly is a front row seat in the theater of “impossible things.” Do NOT miss it!

Paul Rademacher

Author of A Spiritual Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Universe: Travel Tips for the Spiritually Perplexed.

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Book Released: Application of Impossible Things, A Near Death Experience in Iraq

My new book, Application of Impossible Things, has been shipped to distributors. It should be available within a few days on http://www.amazon.com and http://www.barnesandnoble.com as well as other outlets! Ask for it at your favorite bookstore.

http://www.ozarkmt.com/!itemInfo.php?item=162

http://www.amazon.com/Application-Impossible-Things-Death-Experience/dp/188694024X/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1327353961&sr=8-1

http://www.barnesandnoble.com/s/natalie-sudman-application-of-impossible-things?keyword=natalie+sudman+application+of+impossible+things&store=allproducts

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Application of Impossible Things Out in February 2012

The book is scheduled for release in mid-February. It will be available through the following outlets:

http://www.amazon.com

Barnes & Noble

Ozark Mountain Publishing

Application of Impossible Things: A Near Death Experience in Iraq

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