This is the true story of one man’s crossing over to the Other Side in September of 2005, when, after an out-of-control heart arrhythmia at 1:15 a.m., he wakes up dead in the afterlife, and comes back thirty minutes later to tell about it. In the words of his family physician, "Dude, you have been somewhere very few people ever return from." This book also chronicles his somewhat unusual daily life since that time-one of frequent God-encounters, and visits from the other side by family and friends on a mission to facilitate love, mercy, forgiveness, and reconciliation.
This book had many good points and bad points. I really liked the fact that he went out on a limb and tried to explain what he went through when he “died”. However, some of the concepts were extremely nebulous and did not convert very well into written word.
There also didn’t seem to be any fluidity in the writing style. It was chopped up into many bits and the bits weren’t put into any seemingly logical order. So it was often difficult to follow along with what he was attempting to say. It wouldn’t be until a few pages (or sometimes even chapters) later that something would finally make some sort of sense.
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