The Tourist From the Light

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Rated 4.67/5 based on 5 reviews
A fascinating paranormal novel which begins as an intriguing psycho therapy session but leads the narrator into a personal epiphany which threatens his training, beliefs and his very existence. He is confronted with an alternative philosophy that could change mankind's thinking forever. Has the client come to be healed or to heal the therapist? More

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Words: 51,390
Language: English
ISBN: 9781465769497
About Bryon Williams

Ex stage and Television actor,director, producer and script writer, now a full time carer for his physically handicapped wife, Marie. Lives in Australia on the beautiful Gold Coast of Queensland. Has written seven novels: The Grumpy Old Withered of Oz, an autobiography, The Twilight Escort Agency, a bawdy comedy set on the Gold Coast, Code Name Millicent:The CIA Agent Who Came Out of the Cold, a whimsical comedy, The Tourist From the Light,a paranormal romance and The Burning Boy, an action crime adventure. This was followed by, The Reluctant Psychic, a paranormal murder mystery, and A Novel Approach, a compilation of The Withered of Oz and The Twilight Escort Agency. Oh well, it keeps me off the streets.

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Review by: Jhaymes Pann on Feb. 14, 2013 :
I began reading Bryon Williams' The Tourist from the Light with the intention of reading a chapter or two before I slept. Before I knew it, it was 3am and I had devoured the entire story! Suffice it to say that I had to forgo the whole sleep idea as this book resonated with me in way that's difficult to verbalise. I found myself laughing, crying, smiling, sighing, shaking my head in wonder and sometimes gently trembling with a profound sense of truth.

The Tourist From The Light is a remarkable tale of Peter, a young atheist psychotherapist forced into re-examining his limited professional, personal and social beliefs after several sessions with a seemingly ordinary, middle-aged client, John who not only opens Peter's mind to the possibilities of reincarnation and a continued spiritual connection with the Soul but also connects with Peter in a surprisingly personal way which will forever change his perception of the world in which he lives.

This story will take you on an entertaining and enlightening journey that truly has the potential to change the way you view life, death and everything in between. Thank you to the author Bryon Williams for opening my heart and mind and perhaps triggering some distant memories of my own "soul connections".
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Review by: Berrie Cameron-Allen on Sep. 10, 2012 : (no rating)
Review by: Marye-Ann Azzarello of the Whitelight Magazine

"Bryon Williams has written an exciting and inspiring story which is both entertaining and uplifting. In this journey of discovery we travel with Peter, an atheistic psycho therapist, who has the doors of discovery opened for him by one of his clients. The client, John, moves through sessions of past life regression, one of which takes him to a life on Earth at the beginning of time. As Peter moves with John- who refers now to coming from the Light- he begins to see a new and for him very exciting view of life. A well written and entrancing tale of one man's voyage to understanding."
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Review by: Berrie Cameron-Allen on Sep. 10, 2012 :
Neglected to give a star rating in my review - FIVE stars for Tourist!
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Review by: Berrie Cameron-Allen on June 04, 2012 : (no rating)
I recently finished reading "The Tourist from the Light" by Bryon Williams, and LOVED it! Bryon Williams writes well and intelligently about spiritual beliefs without ramming his theories down our throats. The concepts of Reincarnation, Survival of the Spirit after death, and the reason for being (The Meaning of Life?) are dealt with in a way that makes total sense and is also entertaining. Two of the characters are carers for their disabled wives, and their individual love stories are both moving and realistic - probably due to the fact that Mr. Williams has drawn on his own experiences. He covers the frustration of the two men in dealing with their personal situations - the resentment that they sometimes feel, and the resulting guilt that this creates. I imagine this aspect would be very helpful to people in a similar situation. This is a good read, and uplifting in so many ways.
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Review by: Mark Saltzer on May 27, 2012 :
The story of a man who discovers that his past lives intersect with his current life and the people he holds dear to him, have been there for him in his previous incarnations. Truly a marvellous telling of a subject matter that most people ignore, even though I believe this is more accurate than some of the fairy tales we have been taught to believe. I urge people to read this book as it will not only entertain them, but also shed some light on a phenomenon that means more to life, than life itself.
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