#1 NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER • The groundbreaking account of life after death that has become a source of comfort, inspiration, and solace to millions
“I felt a surge of energy, and my spirit was suddenly drawn through my chest and pulled upward. My first impression is that I was free. . . .”
On the night of November 19, 1973, following surgery, thirty-one-year-old wife and mother Betty J. Eadie died.
This is her extraordinary story of the events that followed, her astonishing proof of life after physical death. She saw more, perhaps than any other person has seen before and shares her almost photographic recollections of the remarkable details.
Compelling, inspiring, and infinitely reassuring, her vivid account gives us a glimpse of the peace and unconditional love that awaits us all. More important, Betty’s journey offers a simple message that can transform our lives today, showing us our purpose and guiding us to live the way we were meant to—joyously, abundantly, and with love.
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“The most detailed and spellbinding near-death experience I have ever heard.”—Kimberly Clark-Sharp, president, Seattle International Association of Near-Death Studies
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"The most detailed and spellbinding near-death experience I have ever heard." — Kimberly Clark-Sharp, president, Seattle International Association of Near-Death Studies
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About Betty J. Eadie
Betty J. Eadie is the mother of eight children and celebrated forty-eight years of marriage to her husband, Joe, before his passing in 2011. The seventh of ten children, she was born in Valentine, Nebraska, and was raised on the Rosebud… More about Betty J. Eadie
Published by Bantam Oct 29, 2002| 208 Pages| 5 x 7-1/2| ISBN 9780553382150