We Walk Beside You Always

Comforting Messages from Your Loved Ones in the Afterlife

In this Self-Help book, Irish medium Bridget Benson tells us how her deceased loved ones, both human and animals, continually make contact with her. They let her know that they are still around her and her family even though they’ve already crossed over to the afterlife. She provides plenty of stories to all different situations she experienced while being visited by her deceased friends, family and animal companions.

I have to be honest. I really enjoy reading psychic books and I love reading how mediums and their clients have made connections to people that have crossed over to the other side. When I chose to review this book for NetGalley, I mistakenly thought that Ms. Benson would have given some step-by-step instructions on how she connected with her deceased loved ones. Instead, it was just story after story of different situations that have happened to her over time and how different people and/or animals companions appeared to her all the time. To me, it wasn’t what I was looking or hoping for in this psychic book. The stories went into too much detail that I felt wasn’t always needed just to tell her story. I found it too dry for my tastes and was disappointed that I didn’t enjoy it as much as I had hoped I would. Overall, this book didn’t provide me the information and entertainment I was looking for.


Book Blurb for We Walk Beside You Always

Your loved ones in spirit are only a thought away. They can hear you if you talk to them, provide practical help from the other side if you ask them to, and are by your side for family celebrations and sorrows.

With warmth and honesty, Irish medium Bridget Benson shares inspirational, uplifting true stories of the ways in which our family and friends in spirit are still very much involved in our lives. These stories are taken from Bridget’s own experiences as well as her lifetime spent helping others connect with spirit. Included are accounts of the afterlife experiences of babies and children, beloved companion animals, those who have taken their own life, and her own near-death experience.


Night Owl Reviews Apr, 2014 3.00