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I have skimmed a few chapters and so far have felt such a sense of relief and belonging to have found a book that speaks about greif from the atheist perspective, I only wish that I had just ordered the paper edition instead.
Amazingly, there is no copyright or publishing information indicated whatsoever, though on the Amazon website it says that this book has been published through its CreateSpace service. If this book is representative of what you get through CreateSpace, I am appalled. I suspect (maybe?) that the author merely submitted a very poorly written and sloppily edited manuscript and it was produced "as is."
As a lifelong atheist, and having recently lost our adult son, I was extremely interested in getting some perspective on the grieving process from a nonbeliever's point of view. Having made it about halfway through this muddled effort, I am sorry to say that I haven't gotten much useful out of it.
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Very confusing book. Did not get anything from it. Not sure what the point was, very unorganized, loaded with bad grammar and misspelled words. Very disappointed.Published on May 12, 2012 by PAULA STOGSDILL
I was pleasantly surprised with this book as it covers alot of issues that I wasn't expecting to be in this book like dealing with anger,or how to cry or going back to work after a... Read morePublished on January 6, 2010 by Tinker
This work is practical and full of excellent examples of real-life situations. We all experience grief and loss in life, whether through death or something like a broken... Read morePublished on December 20, 2009 by A.K.
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