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Reviewed by Astrid Iustulin for Readers' Favorite
The Atheist and the Afterlife is the story of Ray Catania's life and the first volume of a series that promises to be very interesting and inspiring. The Atheist and the Afterlife tells the experiences of a former atheist who realized that the afterlife exists. How did it happen? Catania reveals it in these pages without omitting tragic episodes and giving a scientific explanation to the events. By his own admission, Catania would not accept anything that was not scientifically proven, so The Atheist and the Afterlife does not just record facts but helps us understand them by exploring scientific disciplines such as quantum physics. Overall, it is a book to discover.
What I liked most about The Atheist and the Afterlife is that it is a book that helps its readers to reflect. Although it narrates a man's personal life, many of Catania's explanations are useful to help readers better understand the world in which they live. I was particularly impressed by the pages that Catania dedicates to energy and quantum consciousness. These notions, if applied, improve our understanding of many aspects of our lives and minds. Overall, The Atheist and the Afterlife offers a splendid overview of how Catania's life has changed. I invite readers to read it both as a book that can help them in their personal growth and as a personal experience story. There is much food for thought in The Atheist and the Afterlife. It just needs a reader who desires to learn and understand.