What happens to us when we die? Where do people go? What do they see? What messages do they receive? Why are they allowed to come back?
The Day I Died brings together ten profoundly moving testimonies from people who have passed through the limits of human endurance and beyond. Around the world, ordinary people go about their daily lives convinced they've had a glimpse into the afterlife. Their eyewitness accounts often share uncanny similarities, and this book does justice to this beguiling subject by analysing dramatic narratives and shedding light on a phenomenon at the crossroads of the medical and the mystical.
Tammy Cohen presents ten intriguing real-life accounts, including a man who 'died' on the operating table and awoke with increased psychic abilities, a victim of domestic abuse who had a life changing unusual out-of-body experience, plus stories from people who had 'drowned' and 'died' of heart attacks.
Powerful, challenging and endlessly fascinating, The Day I Died celebrates both pleasurable and distressing near-death experiences when death came calling, but left empty-handed.
©2006 John Blake Publishing (P)2013 Prospero Media
The stories were very good. However, they could have really come to life if they would have had different narrators reading each individual story. I have gotten spoiled listening to Miracles from Heaven. Because the mother of the child authored and narrated the story, she brought the event to life. Can't wait to see the movie when it comes out in March. I do recommend The Day I Died for all that can't get enough NDE stories.
Once again another probably outstanding audiobook that may be entertaining that has to be shelved before I even get to unwrap. These Narrators are absolutely pulverizing what could be entertaining informational and heartwarming stories that are highly desired to listen to but can't because I can't understand a word the narrator is saying and his accent is taking away from the entire experience. I suggest subtitles are added to audible.
Having just reach the age of 60 I am more aware of my own mortality. These accounts of near death experiences have taken some of the fear of dying away for me.
"Really interesting subject"
It covered a unique and interesting subject really well
I did not like Simon Whistler's performance, he has a slightly sing song type voice that is quite irritating and sometimes inappropriate. However the book it self was really interesting so this made up for the voice.
Great book, I will listen to it again sometime soon.
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