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Dead celebrities are just as f***ed up in the Afterlife as they are on Earth.
At least according to Dr. Abraham Tribesky, 95-year-old psychiatrist to deceased Hollywood stars.
In Michael Jackson Is Being Harassed In Heaven, Dr. Tribesky reveals the tabloid-worthy lifestyles and outrageous opinions of his famous patients from the Other Side. Not to mention how these egocentric spirits hassle living celebs and ordinary folks alike. In shocking stories like:
*DJ Decapitates Fan with Flying Vinyl.
*Lady Gaga’s CDs Torched in Rock ‘n Roll Heaven.
*Karen Carpenter Blasts Brittany Murphy: “No Fatties Allowed on the Other Side!”
*Sinatra’s Frank Advice for Justin Bieber.
*Same Ghost Appears in 20 Episodes of Paranormal State!
The only son of Sigmund Freud’s favorite charwoman, Abraham Tribesky grew up playing peek-a-boo with the great man’s patients. He slept beside his impoverished mom on Freud’s legendary couch, carefully hiding their sheets and blankets each morning. Prematurely wise, Abe started smoking a pipe at age 3, turned gray at 8 and went bald at 15, after which he grew the prerequisite sagacious white beard.
Abraham emigrated to L.A. when his ambitious mother landed a plum position cleaning celebrity chimneys in Beverly Hills. At 18, after proclaiming he’d completed medical school, Abraham opened his psychiatric practice, with many of his first patients famous names referred to him by his chimney sweep mom.
Today, many of the same celebrity clients confess their troubles to him in weekly sessions even though they are dead.
I want to first point out this book is a satirical piece, as in a work of fiction. It seems there are a few people having problems with that distinction. There's not much I can really say about this book other than its totally hilarious and innovated look in to the worlds of celebrities and the paranormal. I mean Patrick Swayze is having women trouble in heaven, ghosts are going on strike, a guy gets decapitated by a vinyl record. Even Michael Jackson can't catch a break. Who wouldn't love that?
Overall, it's a very quick read. I only have a few notes concerning a minor mistake or two. There were a couple places missing spaces between paragraphs, "a" in place of "an", repeating words and "piece" instead of "peace". Of course, these little hiccups are few and far between, not so much throughout the entire book. To be honest, this is one of those books you're so drawn in to the story you barely notice.
I could totally see this book being a TV show like on Syfy. It would definitely be different than what is already being produced for paranormal TV. Consider this book recommended.