It is really hard to review a book where somewhere has shared what is true for them. While in a coma, Richardson had the opportunity to visit the spirit world and to see where we will go when we pass on. He was greeted by several family members who took him around and showed and taught him some great truths.
Some of what Richardson reported feels very right. I believe that we will be greeted by family members and that there will be a great amount of work for us to do after we die — we will not sit on a cloud and play a harp.
But I was skeptical about some portions of this book. Particularly the section where people were playing keyboards. That seemed a little . . . different.
I believe that the main “message” of this book — that the most important thing is service, in this life and the next — was beautiful and well worth the read.