Reviewed by Belinda Hamilton
I’m sure one of the most quoted lines towards this talented psychic is from the film Sixth Sense, “I see dead people.”
Amazing how some feel the need to state the bleeding obvious. But seriously, this is exactly what Debbie Malone deals with in her day to day life.
She’s a Mum of three, a wife and in all her copious spare time from that *can you hear the sarcasm?* she does psychic readings, both for the general public and occasionally for the Police.
I mean what is anyone supposed to do with information pertaining to some of the most notorious serial murder cases in recent history? Sit on it and write a scary book later maybe?
This is not how Debbie rolls. She goes out of her way to make connections and pass on messages from ‘the other side‘.
In Never Alone: A Medium’s Journey, this is exactly what she covers.
You’ll read things that will shock and delight you. You may have nightmares and there will be tears, so keep the tissues handy. But most of all you will see that the life of a psychic isn’t always crystal balls and crushed velvet.
By no means is this a new book on the shelves, as it was published in 2009.
Since the book was written Debbie has spent quite some time in the spotlight on current affair programs, the TV show ‘The One: The search for Australia’s most gifted psychic’ and is also giving time to radio and print media.
Most recent news is she was voted “2013 Australian Psychic of the Year” by Australian Psychic Association.
If you’d like to know more about the guts of what makes Debbie Malone amazing, Never Alone is a good place to start.
I do hope there will be follow up books, so we can stay abreast of how public opinion has changed now that psychic mediumship has been ‘main streamed’ and how this effects the life of this genuinely beautiful person.
Published September 1st 2009 by Random House Australia(first published 2009)
ISBN: 1741666759 (ISBN13: 9781741666755)