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A review of Beyond Integration by Doris Bryant and Judy Kessler
|Media type||New media article|
|Release date||November 29, 2004|
|Publisher||The Compulsive Reader|
A review of Beyond Integration by Doris Bryant and Judy Kessler is a review, written by Coral Hull for The Compulsive Reader. In it, Hull remarks "The book is often not believable, but not because multiples don't exist or Kessler wasn't abused as a child, but because of the moments of propaganda put forward by Kessler and her therapist. Let's face it, they are not going to get funded in order to understand why "otherkin" walk the earth in human form. Beyond the story of Kessler the book is looking after an industry and the industry cannot exist without funding."