This was the first book that I have read about a personal account of dying and coming back to life. I was not sure what to expect. The first chapter begins with a Bible verse quote that I believe to be taken out of Biblical context, but chose to focus the authors story rather than on her attempt to weave Bible verses throughout her story (as though the verses add credibility to her story). The first several chapters were dry, including the minimal amount of background details necessary for the story. Once the author reached the chapters involving the story of her death and resurrection and recovery the story became much more vivid and real. The author included a number of chapters detailing tragic events for which she believes her time on Earth was not over (so she could support and prevent). I did find it amusing that the author believes herself to live an ordinary life. From my perspective the author and her family have an extraordinary life full of travel and adventure. The book has caused me to reevaluate how I pursue (or don't) pursue God on a daily basis. I appreciate the challenge that the author presented in writing down coincidences that occur in life to look for God's fingerprints. Overall an interesting account. I will be interested to read other similar accounts in the future.
I received this book for free from WaterBrook Multnomah Publishing Group for this review.