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Meet Cindy Sheehan, Amazon Book Reviewer

I’m not quite sure what to make of Cindy’s two day stint as an Amazon book reviewer, except that it shows she is… a mite different:

Resurrected: Tangible Evidence That Jesus Rose from the Dead by Gilbert R., Md. Lavoie

This book took me an hour to read, June 14, 2001

Loved it and I thought the proofs were very compelling. I went in believing that the shroud was of Jesus of Nazareth and now I believe it even more strongly.

Read this book if you are a skeptic or true believer!!!

Here are two other reviews Mother Sheehan did for Amazon:

The Hole in the Universe: How Scientists Peered over the Edge of Emptiness and Found Everything by K. C. Cole

WOWZER, June 15, 2001

I found this book amazingly easy and fascinating. The author explains "Nothing" quite compellingly.

This book went from "zero", to black holes, to vacua, to quarks, matter and anti-matter……my head was spinning. Sometimes the ideas were so huge, I would have to put the book down for a week before I could take it anymore.

After reading this book my interest in cosmology and quantum physics has quadrupled and I am now reading Stephen Hawkings A Brief History of Time and I am understanding it and enjoying it.

For those of you who never really understood: E=MC(squared) I highly recommend KC Coles fine book.

Galileo’s Daughter: A Historical Memoir of Science, Faith, and Love by Dava Sobel

Best book I have read in a long time, June 14, 2001

I read the book during Lent this year. I have admired Gallileo for a long time and I was happy when the church finally pardoned him and admitted that he was right (400 years later).

The book was one of the best books I have read in a long time. I laughed and cried. I didn’t expect his daughter to pass away before him. And I cried when she was found buried beneath him. What a pure love story!!

Since I have a love/hate relationship with the Catholic Church (I am a church employee), I found Gallileo’s struggles compelling and all to familiar for our day and age.

I would highly recommend this book to anyone!!!

A little weird, n’est ce-pas? The morbid streak. Her love/hate relationship with the Catholic Church, which is (or was) her employer.

Notice that even after reading a book about him, Cindy still can’t spell Galileo.

Probably the next time we see Cindy’s name at Amazon, it will be appended to a runaway best-seller chronicling her brilliant career as a grieving mother.

This article was posted by Steve on Saturday, August 27th, 2005. Comments are currently closed.

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