Review: Book: Death Rights and Rites- Judith Karen Fenley/Oberon Zell

Title: Death Rights and Rites

Series: Standalone

Author’s Name: Judith Karen Fenley/Oberon Zell

Publisher:  Llewellyn Publications

Genre: Paganism

Page Count: 276 Pages

ISBN: 978-0738748818

Author or Book Website: N/A

Link to Amazon purchase page: Death Rights and Rites: A Practical Guide to a Meaningful Death: Fenley, Rev Judith Karen, Zell, Oberon: Books

Link to Goodreads: Death Rights and Rites: A Practical Guide to a Meaningful Death by Judith Fenley | Goodreads

Release Date: N/A

How I Got the Book: Review Copy

Summary of the Book:

Death Rights & Rites presents practical information for approaching death and dying with a sense of personal and sacred meaning. You will learn how to navigate the practical, legal, and spiritual issues related to home-based dying, home funerals, and alternative burial methods. This book assists those who want to approach dying with a deeper sense of purpose and advocates for those who want to care for loved ones as they pass in a way that supports the best medical care and the emotional needs of the community.

It is possible to manifest your deepest spiritual values before, during, and after death. Within these pages, you will discover alternative death ways that are sustainable, artful, sacred, and supportive.

My Personal Review: I received a copy of this book for a fair and honest review. I have a couple of other books about death practices from around the world and I don’t see them very often so when I saw this I had to see how it compared with the books that I have read already. It was a bit of an eye opener that is for sure. Once I started to read this book it gave me a new way of looking at the end of one’s life. I have dealt with a lot of death in my life and this told me things that I did not know or how to deal with those moments at the end. The book was more then I thought it was going to be and that is good. I like to be surprise when I go in to a book thinking I know what it is and it is that and more.

My Rating of the Book: 4 1/2 Stars

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