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We Don't Die: George Anderson's Conversations with the Other Side Paperback – August 6, 2002
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Joel Martin is an ACE-winning cable television host who gained notoriety when he exposed the Amityville Horror hoax. The author of the national bestsellers, We Don’t Die, We Are Not Forgotten, and Our Children Forever, Joel Martin has over one million copies of his books in print and has been translated into five languages.
Patricia Romanowski is recognized as a leading author in the field of paranormal communication. The co-author of numerous celebrity autobiographies, Ms. Romanowski's work has also appeared in The New York Times Book Review and Rolling Stone.
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As it stands, I do believe what the book claims, and it delivered what I wanted after my wife died. Is there a life beyond this life? Do these worlds connect? Can we be in touch with those who have "passed on" to the other side? Is there evidence to support the Catholic/Christian beliefs about the afterlife? The book delivers the "Yes" answers I was looking for. Am I fooling myself or being fooled by someone who now makes his living on being a medium? Well, that's the rub. It's hard to prove that we don't die. This book (along with others like Heaven is For Real, Proof of Heaven, To Heaven and Back) leads me to believe that either there is a vast conspiracy among those with near death experiences and "psychic" abilities to stick to a common story OR there is really a large number of people who know that we don't die. I enjoyed the book, but I wanted the authors to make an air-tight case. A skeptical reader (nothing wrong with that) will be intrigued, but I don't know about convinced.