The Girl Who Could Read Hearts by Sherry Maysonave

“Best Book” ─ 2016 Pinnacle Book Achievement Award ─ Fiction, Inspirational “The Winner” ─ 2016 Beverly Hills Book Awards ─ Fiction, Religion “Award Winner” ─ 2016 London Book Festival ─ Fiction, Spiritual / Religious “Award Winner” ─ 2016 Great Midwest Book Festival ─ Fiction, Spiritual “Readers’ Favorite” 2016 Award ─ 5 Stars She knows what they are thinking and feeling. She sees colors and images in…

“Best Book” ─ 2016 Pinnacle Book Achievement Award ─ Fiction, Inspirational
“The Winner” ─ 2016 Beverly Hills Book Awards ─ Fiction, Religion
“Award Winner” ─ 2016 London Book Festival ─ Fiction, Spiritual / Religious
“Award Winner” ─ 2016 Great Midwest Book Festival ─ Fiction, Spiritual
“Readers’ Favorite” 2016 Award ─ 5 Stars
She knows what they are thinking and feeling. She sees colors and images in people’s hearts. She talks to an angel. She’s Kate, a precocious 6-year old. Her parents wonder if she is delusional. Can she survive the earthly dangers of her uncanny abilities?

It’s her naiveté of the intuitive signs that augur trouble. When she doesn’t heed an inner warning, her world spins into a dangerous spiral that spells hazard for her and those she loves. Her antics land her cherished uncle in the hospital. His life hangs in the balance.

Just when she believes things couldn’t get worse, her life cascades down a doubly treacherous path. She is forced to spend extended time with her teenage cousin, Marilla Marzy, and the girl’s sinister father Vaynem Moxsin.

This captivating novel explores issues relevant to many of today s societal woes: prejudice, abuse, eating disorders, and limiting belief systems. It delves into the mysteries of death and of angels, plus intuition, finding God in all, and true love. Full of spirit, this poignant story brims with inspiration, daring, and hope.

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“Awesome Book!”

Five Star Review on Amazon By Melissa Charba

Rarely you find a book so wonderfully enthralling, you just do not want the story to end. That’s what happened with me when reading “The Girl Who Could Read Hearts”. I found Sherry Maysonnave’s cast of characters coming to life right off the pages of this book. I experienced the full spectrum of emotions from laughing to crying. It will make you embrace your spirituality and love for the higher power that awaits each of us here and after we depart our lives on earth and she uses the doll angel Etta Belle, so that any young teen might understand. I hope that Mrs. Maysonnave continues writing. I for one will be looking for her next book.

About the Author

An award-winning author and accomplished motivational speaker, Sherry Maysonave has been interviewed by over 200 TV, Radio, and print publications across the U.S., Canada, and Europe. This includes multiple appearances on NBC’s Today show, ABC, CBS, Fox, and NPR radio. Sherry has been featured in the USA Today, the Financial Times, the Wall Street Journal, the New Yorker, InStyle, and BusinessWeek.

Intuitive as a child, Sherry Maysonave has had mystical experiences throughout her life. At the mere age of five, she had a direct experience of her soul existing separately from her physical body, which forever changed her perception of God, life on Earth, and life in Heaven.

Inspired by a vivid dream with Sherry’s deceased sister shouting from a mountaintop, her latest book, “The Girl Who Could Read Hearts”, was born. It was awarded the 2016 best Spiritual Fiction book by the Beverley Hills book Festival.

The segments of this story that embrace death are based upon Sherry’s real-life experiences when she was present with beloved family members as they passed away. Her wondrous encounters of loved ones’ spirits after their physical deaths are deeply engaging. Sherry Maysonave says she doesn’t just believe there is an afterlife, she KNOWS there is.

Sherry’s first book, “Casual Power – How to Power Up Your Nonverbal Communication and Dress Down for Success”, was nonfiction and quickly became a category best-seller on Amazon.

Her first children’s book— “EggMania: Where’s the Egg in Exactly?”—has won five awards.

Sherry and her husband, Stephen, reside on Lake Travis in Austin, Texas.

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