In Life after Life, Raymond Moody investigates more than 100 case studies of people who experienced "clinical death" and were subsequently revived. First published in 1975, this classic exploration of life after death started a revolution in popular attitudes about the afterlife and established Dr. Moody as the world's leading authority in the field of near-death experiences.
Life after Life sold millions of copies and forever changed the way we understand both death and life. The extraordinary stories presented here provide evidence that there is life after physical death, as Moody recounts the testimonies of those who have been to the "other side" and back, all bearing striking similarities. These moving and inspiring accounts give us a glimpse of the peace and unconditional love that await us all.
©1975, 2001 Raymond A. Moody, Jr., M.D. (P)2011 Tantor
I think it offered new and interesting insights into life after death. Not sure if I agreed with all of it but with a lot of it I did intuitively feel that I knew what the author was talking about. He cited a lot of references too, for which I am grateful.
Hesitated to buy due to other reviews that I read, but do not regret it. I have read many other books on the subject and surprisingly enough, this one had some new and interesting stuff to offer. Narrator was good.
As a philosophical and a religious person I found this book very intriguing. I don't know what conclusions to draw on the validity of any of the claims made in the book, but I do believe that the experiences shared are believed to be real by those that shared them and they offer some very interesting insights into the hereafter.
This book would put your soul at ease if a loved one passed away or if you have questions what happens after we die.
It comes a point in life where all of us will ask the question.
Listen to it and you will not get disappointed.
The reader does a superb job.
I am considering purchasing all books that he has read and the same goes for R.Moody. I am thinking to purchase all he has written.
I only made it through chapter 5. The first 4 chapters were the author defending his position - that was grueling and unnecessary. Half way through chapter 5 he started doing the same thing...I couldn't take it any more. I was interested in the topic, but could not stand how defensive he was.
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