The Afterlife Revolution

Narrated by: Whitley Strieber
Length: 8 hrs and 34 mins
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Can love actually enable a relationship to survive death? The Afterlife Revolution triumphantly says that it can.

After a near-death experience in 2004, Anne Strieber became an expert in afterlife studies and created an ingenious plan of contact which, to her husband Whitley's amazement, she proceeded to carry out, starting just an hour and a half after she died.

As verified by famed afterlife researcher Dr. Gary Schwartz, who wrote the foreword, The Afterlife Revolution is among the most convincing stories of afterlife communication ever told, and is a ringing endorsement not only of the fact that we do not die, but also that the power of love can create an actual bridge between the physical and nonphysical worlds.

©2017 Walker & Collier, Inc (P)2017 Walker & Collier, Inc

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A revolutionary book

In the passing of Anne, the idea of the visitors being tied up with the afterlife or world of the dead takes a new turn. Whilst the visitors come in to play a little in this narrative, a perspective on the next world is the main theme of this book. Bridging the gap between our earthly world and the place where the dead go is the main thrust of the work, and it's a fascinating, well articulated journey. I will listen to this again so as to better mine the rich jewels this work contains.

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Excellent book

Haunting, joyous, tearful, important. Whitley will take you there. Listening left me in an otherworldly state. When finished, I wanted to go back. So I listened to it again.

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Good life lessons

Overall I think the book was amazing. There were a few contradictions that made me give it one less star. The general message is a wonderful one. I would recommend this book to other because I’ve learned so much and grown a little spiritual from this book.

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sound cut it a lot

I got the book in part to confirm what I already know and partly to see if there was more that I need to know. The overall tone of the book was very depressing I have experienced great loss in my life the last of a daughter as a loss of my parents and at no point in time did I ever feel like I was this dramatic intone. Anyways good storyline and I would recommend. Just be aware that it cuts out quite a bit towards the end of the book

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A Joyous Love Story!

What made the experience of listening to The Afterlife Revolution the most enjoyable?

The emotion Whitley brings to the read is only something that he, as the author, can do.

What was the most compelling aspect of this narrative?

How his case for the truth is presented.

What about Whitley Strieber’s performance did you like?

The emotion in his voice is palpable.

If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?

Truth comes to life!

Any additional comments?

This book is not for the non believer. There is nothing for you here and there are other books out there that will help you. This is a book on how love and joy transcends death and how we can attain the same for us now while we are still here and alive in this world.

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Intriguing

More and more information is available about what lies beyond the veil that separates the world we can feel with our 5 senses and that that is beyond our words.

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Possibly the most important book ever written

Do you want to live a better life? Be a better person? Eliminate the fear of death? This book shows you how. I'm actively participating in the things taught in this book. Compassion, love, human connection, the evolution of humankind. We can evolve as a species. It takes deep connection with each other, non-judgment, patience and true compassion. I'm seeking this path. This book helped me accept this path is real and the most important work we can do. It helped me accept myself as a giver of this wisdom. Thank you, Anne and Whitley, I will always treasure your hard-won wisdom.

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A heartfelt book

A book dealing with personal loss writer expressing much grief. Good information from what I listened to but the depressing storyline was too depressing for me to listen to

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It's Just Too Out There

I have read lots of books of NDEs and the afterlife. This one describes a future that is WAY far off from all the rest. If I had to describe this book to a stranger in 30 seconds or less, I would have to say that it is the random thoughts and hallucinations of a husband in severe grief over losing his wife and having a hard time coping. I may simply be too close minded to be able to believe much in this book.

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Sickeningly Sweet

It's hard to believe this guy is an author, the writing is on a 3rd grade level. There is no content, just an outpouring of schmaltz. The title is false advertising, you find out next to nothing about the afterlife. Such a disappointment!

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  • M J Ritzema
  • 03-15-18

pure poetry

great book read by whitley strieber who has a voice like southern comfort. deeply thought provoking and moving. will keep you questioning...everything. I'll be listening to it again and again.

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  • Juanito
  • 02-20-20

Heartbroken in the end

It just got my attention from start to finish. I lost my partner and wanted to know more about after life. But I’m heart broken that he will not be my partner out there. It’s like bereavement all over again 😭

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