As a seeker of truth I was excited about this book because it's written by a scientist who's world view was changed by the NDE experience, and while I enjoyed reading it and had many "yes" moments while reading it and found many things that resonated with me, I was very disappointed by how little information there was there about God and our universe. He kept saying that there were many lessons and I kept thinking "Okay, he must get to them in the next chapter", but he never did. What were the lessons? What was the knowledge that he received there? I understand that he was stripped of his identity and probably didn't ask any questions that an average human being would ask given the chance, and yet he said that he did have many lessons, but why did he not get into it? That's the stuff we want to know!
I absolutely love this book. It's complex, intriguing and mysterious. And I love love the performance. David has done such a great job! David - if you are reading this - this is the best performance of a book IMO. Well done!! I look forward to listening to more books performed by you.
Liked the book - the story and development of characters, but didn't like the performance at all.... In fact, after listening for a couple of chapters and decided to stop and get the printed version. I thought the voice of Ana was good, but Mr. Grey was super stuffy and unnatural. I would recommend reading this one.
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