Wow. This book is quite amazing. After hearing about Rehmanni Dean Thomas through the channel of raw foodists, I found his book, signed (!!!) at a small bookstore next to Real Food Daily in Santa Monica. I might do a recommendation on them too actually…. anyway this book makes for great reading for those who like a story in their learning about a healing, most raw way of life. Thomas starts out with a stpory about his ailing father, dying quickly, but showing great signs of improvement and re-energizing upon juicing. Unfortunately, his wife is a nurse who believes he needs meat and heavy foods to keep him healthy, and gets irritated with Thomas’s attempts at healing through juicing, even though it is obvious in her husband’s sudden improvements that something about the juicing has helped him to feel much better in such a short amount of time. It is also unfortunate that Thomas cannot stay with his father for very long to continue juicing for him. The rest of the story speaks of his discovery of how to heal through balancing and working on each client’s level to work at their pace. For healers, raw foodies, and people generally interested in natural modes of healing, this is a wonderful read – no ‘new-agey stuff’. Try it out and let me know what you think of it – I have not yet met one person who has read it, so I’d love to hear your thoughts and anything you find debatable.