Tunnel Vision

Tunnel Vision

by Gary Braver
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Tunnel Vision 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
wds2012 More than 1 year ago
I particularly enjoyed the medical details of this book that were quite sharp and gave you a sense that you were in the presence of a narrator that was quite versed in the medical field. I also liked the scenes with Roman who was entirely credible as a hit-man conned by his 'confessor' to knock off those people who were trying to prove the afterlife with science. ~William
PalisadePam More than 1 year ago
Okay, so I read literary works recommended by fellow English teachers, but this one wasn't. And, I am not a sci-fi or thriller type. In fact, I prefer creative nonfiction because of the scientific, historical or biographical nature of the genre. However, my husband recommended that I read Tunnel Vision when he finished it. Wow! This is one page turner and beautifully written. It is not often that the main character in a fictional work draws me in through his experiences as Zach does, and the science in this puppy is amazing. Braver has done his homework on near-death experiences big time, and he's also created lifelike characters in his portrayal of religious leaders; they are not stick figure stereotypes. As another reviewer stated, Braver does not take a stand on the religious implications but clearly presents issues for readers to ponder long after they have finished the book. The plot keeps readers on the edge of their seats, often surprised at the turns it takes, and doesn't include a love story but rather a developing friendship that is leaning clearly towards a long-term relationship. Again, Braver is non-judgmental in working through issues of NDE and religion in a well-crafted book spun by a master.
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