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Goodreads Reviews on the book, The Afterlife Is To Die For:

5 Stars Amazing Read – Christine F. Anderson – November 14, 2013

The Afterlife Is To Die For is an amazing account of what deep mediation while battling a terminal illness will cause you to experience. I don’t feel so much as this was a near death experience or an afterlife experience as I feel it was a true account of meeting your alter egos or your guides in another dimension or higher realm. Thought provoking, witty, humorous and real. I encourage you to have an open mind and take a chance on this, you won’t be disappointed.

Amazon Reviews on the book, The Afterlife Is To Die For:

5.0 out of 5 stars. Excellent Read. November 4, 2015 By Heather R.                                                         I’ve read a lot about the afterlife, but nothing like this. Somehow, Weiss’ book makes it seem so real and incredible. He had a whole string of experiences that he describes in great detail, and it’s all supported by easy to understand quantum science. During his visits, he had long talks with wonderful spirits who taught him things that blew my mind. They covered tons of topics, from a new Jesus theory to why our brains prevent the paranormal gifts we were all born with. There’s even a paranormal love story that gently threads its way through the book. I’d recommend this book to anyone who wants to expand their mind, while feeling great about life before death. If this book is true, and I hope it is, we’ve all got lots to look forward to after we pass away!

5.0 out of 5 stars I enjoyed this very much. April 20, 2015 By A. W.
Well worth it! There is a lot of truth in this book, yet , it is done in a way that is easy to digest and entertaining to read. Much appreciation to the author for writing it.

5.0 out of 5 stars Could be a game changer March 16, 2015, By Wolf Rayet
I don’t write a lot of reviews or read many books for that fact but over the last 30+ years and being a big fan of audio books I have listened to hundreds of books. Being interested in the paranormal I keep up with many of the current investigations and investigators on the cutting edge of said.
While listening to The Darkness on the Edge of Town podcast I heard an interview with John S. Weiss the author of Life Goes On, I found the interview intriguing enough to purchase a Kindle copy of the book and put my eyes to text.
I found it an excellent read and combined with the interview I believe John believes he experienced something more than ordinary from his encounters with Lyle and friends. The question is will you?
As an atheist and science geek I still have always had a sneaky suspicion that life does go on after death and the way John explains how it does I can get behind because it’s founded in scientific principles that are understandable for the most part to a layperson.
I’d like to address a comment from another reviewer. The concern was that many questions were asked but few answered. If you believe John actually lived the events in the story then he did a pretty good job asking the big questions many of us would ask a teacher that truly had ALL the answers. Although he’s rebuffed several times by the end of the book many of the most pressing questions are answered in some cases one answer could apply to several questions.
Pros: Great read with lots to think about.
Cons: Not in audio book format. Hearing John read about his encounters would go a long way in helping others understand what he went through.

5.0 out of 5 stars Great Book July 26, 2014, By Bob Bain
I recently had the opportunity to interview John S. Weiss and have since purchased a copy of this book. The story is very intriguing and much of what he discusses falls in line with some information that I had already considered as being the most factual account of the afterlife. I recommend this book to anyone interested in reading about Afterlife experiences and be sure to check out The Farside’s interview with John S. Weiss as well.

4.0 out of 5 stars I recommend the book to anyone who is interested in the … July 16, 2014 By grandmaita
I read the book in a week, one dream adventure after another. Fascinating stuff especially the idea of the Particle Bundle. I recommend the book to anyone who is interested in the afterlife and way-out-there theories. Is it true? I don’t know? I’ve picked up other books on quantum physics and the stuff is hard to understand. The way it is explained and described in the book made it much is easier to comprehend. I’m giving it a 4 stars because of the chapters on Christianity. Just for the quantum stuff I’d read it again.

5.0 out of 5 stars Quantum Physics and the After-Life February 5, 2014 By Amazon Customer
An interesting and mind-blowing account of life-after-death involving ideas about quantum physics from today’s science headlines. I’m fairly new to the whole subject (post-physical life stories), but during a gap-year I have been investigating many subject areas that I have never looked at previously. From the limited reading in the after-life I have performed, the question becomes; which version of the after-life is correct?” Is it John Weiss with this fascinating tale, is it Chico Xavier’s story of Andre Luiz in “Nosso Lar,”, or maybe a different version such as described in “The Thiaoouba Prophecy?” In any event, if you have any interest in the subject (I suspect most humans do) then have a look at this book and enjoy pondering the Big Question until it is personally experienced.

5.0 out of 5 stars Everyone Should Read This! February 19, 2013 By rosepainter
A great story. I loved it and will read it again as soon as my daughter gives my Kindle back!!!

5.0 out of 5 stars Amazing Life Changing Book, November 22, 2012 By MCPEET
How much pleasure can you derive from $4.75? Read this book, and learn for yourself. Is everything in this book true? Who knows. But lots of it appears to be all too real. The parts about consciousness are startling. The easy-to-understand quantum physics will knock your socks off. The justification for the existence of a universal intelligence (creator) is persuasive. The Jesus theory is mind blowing. And that just scratches the surface. I never imagined $4.75 could explosively open my mind…..and give me goose bumps.

5.0 out of 5 stars Eye Opener, November 17, 2012 By Momo3
“I’ve never read a book that touched on the afterlife because I assumed the whole topic was a fraud. But now I’m not so sure. While nearly impossible to believe, this book seems authentic. What I read is fascinating, including some revolutionary theories that make just too much sense. It has opened my mind to things I never dreamed of thinking about and has given me a positive new perspective on how to live my life. To say Life Goes On made me feel really good is an understatement!”

4.0 out of 5 stars Getting ready to re-read it!, November 21, 2012 By Patricia
While there are some rough edges, this book is a good thought-provoking read. Many of the ideas and possible explanations offered will assuredly rock some readers. Others will nod their heads and say, “Yes, that makes sense!” I’ve had years of similar experiences while studying a language said to be that of the angels. Meditation does tend to open the gates. I, too, was (and still am to some degree) skeptical, but on the chance that there was any truth to it, I’ve kept written records of my work and experiences, and shared them with family and a few friends. Now, 20+ years later, I find that John Weiss has recorded much the same experiences … I find that exhilarating! The possibilities are infinite and we are free to choose our own paths. Death is only the end of a chapter: turn the page and life goes on.

3.0 out of 5 stars good story, October 20, 2014, By Juan Castaneda
This guy is a good story teller, truth or not it was a good story. I just can believe that our carnal desires are not at rest on the other side. I mean sex is in my mind the whole time. I will like to rest my mind and occupied it in other things for Gods sake.

3.0 out of 5 stars Three Stars, October 13, 2014, By janice staeb
A little bit unbelievable!

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