This is the true life story through the eyes of eight-year-old Jethro, part Native American Indian, who is born with the psychic gift. He is forced to realize that not everyone sees and hears what he sees and hears when his gift becomes heightened after a near-death experience. It is both humorous and heartwarming as he attempts to reject the gift, then with the guidance and mentoring of his devout godmother learns to accept and embrace his potential to help others.
The battle between the light and dark energies is eye-opening to believers and non-believers alike. From the refreshing perspective of youth, it illuminates paradigms of traditional good vs. evil and helps clarify misconceptions of what it means to be psychic. The book is a must-read for anyone who has ever felt "different" and an inspiration to develop one's own intuitive senses.
Jethro's story has been frequently likened to "Real Life Harry Potter." It has an easy-to-read, unpretentious style yet addresses eternal life-concepts.