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In this bestselling, beloved true story, twenty-seven-year-old Betty Malz was pronounced dead. Almost thirty minutes later she returned to her body--to the amazement of her grieving family and the stunned hospital personnel.
This is her amazing account of what she saw, felt, and heard on the other side of the dividing wall that we call death. And it's the moving, real-life story of how God changed a young mom who had to die to learn how to live.
|Publisher:||Baker Publishing Group|
|Edition description:||Repackaged Edition|
|Product dimensions:||5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.43(d)|
|Age Range:||16 Years|
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews
This is the first book I've read of Betty Malz's and I was skeptical at first. Could someone really die and come back to life to share their experience with others. I knew I had to read it and find out for myself. I think this book tells alot about God's kingdom and what we should be doing in our lifetime... exactly what Betty did her whole life. I think if you ever wandered, this is the book for you.
I bought this hoping for an enlightening story about heaven and the afterlife. However this book did not deliver. The narrator spent 60 pages (out of 97) blathering on and on about being self centered and materialistic. She also detailed step by agonizingly detailed step of how she became deathly ill. Then she finally died (I hoped this would be where the story became interesting ). There were ONLY FOUR pages about heaven. Disappointing!!! A waste of my time and money.
This was such an inspiring story and very emotional for me to read. Her death, trip to heaven and return to life created such a profound change in her thinking, attitudes, and relationships that there seems no doubt she experienced something amazing. The book is a quick read at only 97 pages, but it is very well written, and I highly recommend it.