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Reviewed by Stephen Fisher for Readers' Favorite
Finding Heaven by Dana A. Oliver is an eye-opening account of the author's quest for the answer to the question, "Is there life after death?" He then embarks on a mission to find the answers that many of us have asked at one time or another. He equipped himself with the means, the right information and resources that would allow him to find the truth and proof he needed to satisfy his thirst for knowledge and put his mind at ease. Equipped with videos, tape recordings, interviews, and testimonies from hospital staff, he experiences actual footage of near-deaths and an out of body account of what a comatose patient said of the emergency staff, while he was silently rooting for them not to let him die.
Oliver does a stellar job of telling these heroic accounts of all of the dedicated nurses and doctors that deal with life and death on a daily basis. He gets access to reports and cases, from the turn of the century in England, of some remarkable accounts of patients that related their stories from the outside looking in. The author's tenacity in the quest for the facts leaves no doubt that there is an afterlife. I was kind of taken aback when he mentioned the big bang and the reference to evolution, even though he is witnessing the results of creation. I happen to have some knowledge in my own family history from my mother's experiences, and an account of a medium that approached the wife of my younger brother with a message for her husband. The message made my brother cry because there was no way that she could have had the knowledge that only our family knew. Finding Heaven is a thought-provoking account of Dana A. Oliver's thirst for the truth. Bravo! Great job!