...though I have to confess that I'm just beginning Book 4. (I read the soft-back versions a while back.) One of the notable features of the Seth material is that you can read it over and over, yet come away thinking you've read it, again, for the first time--new facets jump out each time. Is a bit of Seth witchery? Or is just my early-onset Oldtimers? (Probably both.)
My Seth re-journey has been slightly interrupted, however, by a very good book that I can happily endorse, even though I'm only half-way through it: "Dreaming Of a The Dead: Personal Stories Of Comfort & Hope," by Marilou Trask-Curtain. It is, in a way, a very "quiet" book, but well-told. I found this book, surprisingly, while doing a search for infrared photos of cemeteries. I'm not entirely sure how this happened. Amazon.com has a (probably patented) method of serving up recommendations on what customers should read based on prior searches and purchases. Yet this book never appeared. If I had the energy, time, or inclination to wonder about this, I would. For now, I'm just glad that I found it.
So how *do* I decide which books I recommend, or don't? Really, it comes down to gut intuition, and personal experience. I know what Marilou Trask-Curtain writes is "true," because I've personally experienced the same thing.