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From a camping ground for old gods no longer worshipped to a heaven in which one can choose to live out eternity as a horse, “Sum: Forty Tales From the Afterlives” is truly a... Read morePublished 11 days ago by sandy mcc
A clever, creative, mind-twisting collection of short bits of genius. Eagleman presents 2-3 page examinations of what an “afterlife” might be. Read morePublished 12 days ago by Stephen Bridge
This was an unexpectedly pleasant surprise. I had no idea what it was about prior to reading, but it gives you the feeling you get when reading Emerson... Read morePublished 26 days ago by rachel
These little vignettes are very thought provoking and enjoyable. I have read a few to my 12 year son, as well as to my wife, because they are fun conversation starters. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Tod
I love the audio version better but this book is fantastic. I love how he made an existential topic so readable and enjoyable. David Eagleman is a genius and so is this book.Published 1 month ago by Michael O.
After a while, the stories tend to become less interesting. Perhaps too many of them. Non-fiction is Mr. Eagleman's forte. Fiction is not.Published 1 month ago by Roadrunner
This is a life-enriching book, and a real pleasure to read. Highly recommend.Published 1 month ago by Mary Louise