#BookReview of The Medium Path by Elizabeth Davies

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Book Synopsis:

Ruby died nearly one hundred years ago. She saw spirits of the dead when she was alive, and now she is dead she has become a guide who helps ghosts pass on. When ghosts start being taken by darkness instead of the light, Ruby is forced to seek help from a handsome and unwilling medium, who awakens emotions she never knew she had.

MY REVIEW

Ruby is a spirit guide that attends to the dead in order to help them to cross over to the other side. She died at the age of 18 and her body appears to the dead in that form. Now, all people have to cross over but some people refuse to do so and they remain on earth as ghosts.

Upon one of her “missions”, she comes across an elderly woman who is dying and meets, Michael, a medium, that can actually see Ruby, and interact with her.

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Ruby is deeply drawn to Michael but Michael is currently engaged to Rachel and is in a bit of denial about his abilities. Ruby understands what Michael is going through as she had the same thing when she was alive and tries to help Michael understand his ability and their passion for one another.

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While Ruby is trying to convince one of her ghost to cross over,  they start turning into black vapor and disappear. This is starting to happen more and more, and Ruby seeks out an older advisor, Isobel, to see if she has heard of this happening. Isobel and the other advisors and mediums get together, discuss the situation and plan is in place.

Suddenly, Ruby it taken into the darkness but is able to figure out what is actually happening to the ghosts. However, being stuck, even for a spiritual guide, is trouble!

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Does anyone figure out who or what is taking the ghosts? Does Ruby get free of the darkness and finally able to go into the light?  What happens to Michael & Rachel? You’ll have to read the book to find out!

This book is truly intriguing and keeps you guessing throughout the entire story. It completely held my interest throughout the book. It reminded me a bit of two American movies, Ghost and The Six Sense.

I give this book 3.5 crystals out of four. See Rating System here.

This book is available on Amazon Kindle Unlimited for free and is available here.

I was given this book by the author, Elizabeth Davies, in exchange for an honest review. My review is my own and is not influenced by anything else.

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