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In this remarkable book, Fenimore describes one life, haunted by abuse and despair, that led to the suicide she thought would give her ...
In this remarkable book, Fenimore describes one life, haunted by abuse and despair, that led to the suicide she thought would give her peace. Instead she entered a realm of terrifying darkness. Beyond the Darkness is unique in the near-death literature because it is the only full-length account of a descent into Hell.
Posted August 27, 2011
As a former 17 year convert to the Latter Day Saint Church (LDS/Mormon), I recognized this book as an exact description of its after-death beliefs. It is disingenuous of the author to carefully mask her church affiliations, and this is typical of LDS conversion literature. The desciption of an anthropomorphic Godhead, Jesus Christ and God the Father, are Mormon belief right out of the Joseph Smith "visions". Why can't a conversion story be honest in presenting its source material? LDS missionaries prey on vulnerable individuals in times of life crises.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.