Review: Book of Prophecies – Cesar

Paperback: 212 pages
Publisher: CreateSpace; Special edition (November 22, 2011)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 1467911356
ISBN-13: 978-1467911351
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This is a very difficult book to review. You can’t describe the character, or the plot, or whether the advice given was helpful. The book consists of prophecies and dreams of Cesar. It’s written in a poetic verse type style. The verses are rather cryptic, and it’s difficult for the average person to read them I’d think and say I know what that means.

That though is the interesting aspect of the book, to read them, and then when events happen, go back and re-read. Also, it’s rather fun to try to figure out, like solving a puzzle, exactly what is meant in certain verses.

While not for the average person, for those interested in prophecies, the works of Nostradamus, and similar type books I think would find this very interested. For those people I’d recommend it.

About the Author

Cesar has a very experienced background in the spiritual world. He was brought up in a Christian family, but branched out from that base as he got older, seeking answers about the world around him, and the spiritual world around him. In his mid-twenties dramatic events occurred in his life which challenged his very existence, but he learned from these experienced and most of learned that how that life is not just in our own hands. Now Cesar is a firm believer that everyone has their own path to walk in life, and part of that walk is all about the choices that you make. Some people choose a good life and some a wicked life, but most of us live the life in the middle, influenced by the world around us and our own upbringing, Cesar understands that life is simply not black and white.

Be sure to enter Cesar’s giveaway here. Then don’t forget to see our interview
with Cesar here.

*Disclaimer* A special thanks goes out to Brandi at BK Walker for a review copy of this book. It in no way influenced my review. You can discuss it here or join my facebook page and discuss it there.

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One Response to “Review: Book of Prophecies – Cesar”

  1. BK Walker Says:

    Thanks for reviewing Rick :)