This has been a number-one rated book in Amazon's suicide subcategory for nearly a year.
Find out what happens when you take your life.
In this book, you will learn about:
Each profile is collected from media interviews.
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©2013 John J. Graden (P)2015 John J. Graden
I've read and listened to a lot of books regarding suicide and near death experience. I find the topic simultaneously calming and fascinating. however this book focus on those who already had religious background or beliefs in some way - and every single story is the same. try to kill themselves, meet Jesus/god, come back a changed person. Couple this with a flat reading from a voice I honestly thought was robotic at first, it makes for a dull, samey experience the entire (short) length of this book.
a much better book on the subject is "The day I died - Remarkable true stories of near-death experiences" by Tammy Cohen.
don't get me wrong, I've got nothing against religion. I grew up in a very religious family and went to private religious schools. I just think a little diversity in the peoples stories told in this book is necessary.
It provides hope and answers for those in our society that are hopeless and desperate for change.
That it is never too late under any circumstances to find peace and joy in this life.
He added warmth to an otherwise very bone chilling topic.
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