Monday, September 15, 2014

Blog Tour/Review: Visions From Beyond the Veil

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Visions From Beyond the Veil, by Lee Nelson
2014, 464p, LDS Non-fiction
My Rating=4 Stars
Source: Received copy from publisher for an honest review

For those who believe, it’s no secret that this life is not the end. Learn for yourself what awaits us all in these inspiring true accounts from Latter-day Saints who have been shown a glimpse through the thin veil between this life and the life thereafter. Sure to uplift any reader, this beloved book, compiled from the previous Beyond the Veil series, is a must-read—a true testament to the eternal nature of God’s plan.

I haven't read any of the Beyond the Veil series so all these stories were new to me. I enjoy reading near-death experiences (NDEs) and like to learn what people who have had them share. Every experience is so different, yet there are lots of similarities between them. 

I love that I could read a few stories, put it down and pick it up again later. I did find myself reading just one more story quite often. Some are quite short and others are longer with quite a bit of detail. There were a few times that the person who had the experience didn't seem to get much out of it for themselves but wanted to share it in case it helped someone else.

I liked getting little glimpses of many different people's experiences and wished that some of them had been a little bit longer. What they all share is that there are amazing things awaiting us when we die. I enjoyed reading these stories and look forward to reading it again!

About the author: 

Lee Nelson was a public relations and advertising copywriter before his first book was published in 1979. Lee is best known for his Storm Testament series historical novels (nine volumes), and his Beyond the Veil series (four volumes). Lee is well known for his authentic research, which includes killing a buffalo from the back of a galloping horse with a bow and arrow, crossing the murky waters of the Green River many times on horseback, and riding with Mongolian nomads while gathering research for an upcoming book.


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