I read this book back in February. Here are my thoughts.
I have always loved Richard Bach but I can't give this book 5 stars based on loyalty rather than honest criticism.
I was expecting this book to feel insightful and new but instead I felt it held back a lot of emotion and feeling and I particularly expected at least some reflections on Richard's life while he went through this experience. I would have liked these to be spoken by Richard and not Donald Shimoda or the ferrets. What I'm trying to say was that this book held a wall up against any vulnerability or lessons learnt. At least it felt that way.
It was however, lovely to know that Richard is doing well and to hear about his courageous and fast recovery experience.
Perhaps naming the book 'Illusions II' leaves readers expecting the same high standard and insights as written in 'Illusions'.
I continue to cherish Richard's other books.