Aimed at the popular market, this book will appeal to readers who do not want to be burdened by detail. It presents the author’s conclusions based on facts and invites them to ponder the disturbing implications. Its succinct and readable style will appeal to those with busy lifestyles.
An astonishing account of what it is like to die and experience a day in the Afterlife, during which the author was told how things really are! The author ventures into areas where few dare to tread.
At last – sober facts not speculation about the paranormal from an objective, unbiased researcher who tries to take a scientific viewpoint.
“Michael Lewis’ writing rings with truth and authenticity.
It is a carefully selected and finely expressed group of closely related, well defined and chosen concepts, no doubt from a personal experience that is even wider than that which we here are privileged to share.
The material is presented in a narrative context, and will engage and often astonish the reader.
Michael demonstrates that we are but at the very edge of knowledge, and that all we can see is a small corner of the whole.
A book like this gives us the chance to lift the veil a little, and glimpse the vast uplands beyond.
He has the ability to set down the material clearly and with an attractive writing style, the prose is as clear as a window-pane.”
- Mark Sykes, former Editor-in-Chief, Athena Press