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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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.
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