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Interesting reading. I had heard an interview with the author and was very pleased with buying this book. Very intriguing and each chapter goes a little differently. Read morePublished 15 days ago by Walter Riker
The author who is a respected scientist went too crazy in imagining the impossiblity he is unbelievably crazy to dare to paint afterlifePublished 23 days ago by bulent
A great, thought provoking journey. Each of the afterlives is a reflection on life itself -- great reasons to be alive.Published 1 month ago by Dr Space
Very imaginative, light hearted, good fun, I haven't had time to finish it but so far/ so good.Published 1 month ago by Gerry
This little book offers 40 of the hundreds of thousands of combinations that churn through my mind all day long. Even a few I hadn't thought of. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Helene Villemure
This book was one of the most interesting and delightful I have read in a while. The stories are creative, grabbing insights into whatever could be after life. Read morePublished 2 months ago by rebeper