The First Day After Life [NOOK Book]

Overview

'The First Day After Life' is about a psychic who dies and then tours the afterlife looking for God so that God can explain to him why his life didn't turn out the way that he expected. The story flips back and forth between his human life and the one after to show how the afterlife came into existence and to explain why bad things happen to good people.

The Story Synopsis:
Tian, a young psychic with overwhelming personal demons and a strong sense of purpose dies suddenly and ...
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The First Day After Life

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Overview

'The First Day After Life' is about a psychic who dies and then tours the afterlife looking for God so that God can explain to him why his life didn't turn out the way that he expected. The story flips back and forth between his human life and the one after to show how the afterlife came into existence and to explain why bad things happen to good people.

The Story Synopsis:
Tian, a young psychic with overwhelming personal demons and a strong sense of purpose dies suddenly and arrives in the afterlife to an unexpected world outside of heaven. Irabell, his guide, shows Tian that the afterworld is a repository for more than just humans, and explains to him the mystery behind his psychic abilities.

Disturbed by what he learns, Tian escapes his guide and breaks into heaven. There Tian meets a 1500 year old, discontented heavenly resident who shares with him the secret of heaven and god.

Tian's otherworldly journey is cut short when he is forced to make the most important decision of his life. He can choose to stay in the afterlife and reap the rewards he has sown during a difficult life, or he can return to his broken body and complete the journey he was truly meant to take.

Approximately 300 pages.


This Book's Bonus Features:

*After you've read the book you can discuss the book with the author on Facebook at: 'Cristian YoungMiller - The Author'.

*This ebook includes an excerpt from:
- 'Run From The Reaper' by Cristian YoungMiller
- 'Fixing Cupid' by Cristian YoungMiller
- 'Happiness May Vary' by Cristian YoungMiller
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Editorial Reviews

Amazon - Grady Harp
It is YoungMiller's writing that is intoxicating… [His] style of writing finds almost no comparisons as far as novel writing is concerned. …it is consistently entertaining, gripping, compelling and educational.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940012269294
  • Publisher: RateABull Publishing
  • Publication date: 3/3/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 259 KB

Meet the Author

Cristian YoungMiller was born in the Bahamas where at age 14 he had a series of psychic experiences that changed his life. Ever since he has devoted his life to trying to bridge the gap between science and spirituality. He now lives in Los Angeles where he works as a TV writer and novelist.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 15, 2013

    Terrible

    This storyis sooo far fetched, it's unbleivable

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 26, 2012

    Bvbc

    So far so good!!!!!!!!!

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  • Posted May 5, 2011

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    Ok

    The first day after life is a novel that looks at what happens when you die, and the repercussions for your actions. Tian is a man who experiences the afterlife and is guided around by Irabell, a being who is charged with taking care of people during this time. Irabell was once a man, but he had killed himself 800 years before rather than to be corrupted by the powers of the High priest position in the temple. As Tian moves through the new world that he finds himself in, he reflects on his religion, the ultimate break with it that he has, his life with his family, and experiences something new that he was not prepared for.


    Overall, this novel was interesting in certain respects, but at the same time was rather traditional and steady. I mean this by, the way that the novel was written, was rather boring. There was not left for the way of imagination that allowed this novel to really take off. It was a very well written novel, but there was nothing in it that really grabbed my attention. The plotline and the story itself made enough sense, however. This novel was just merely "ok".

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