★ ☆★ ☆ – 4 Stars
Gaze Into Heaven is a compilation of fifty documented near-death experiences of life beyond the veil, drawn from the early history of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Filled with insight and inspiration, this book melds engrossing personal.
Gaze Into Heaven is a fascinating easy read. I do love reading about “out of body” or “I died and went to Heaven” books, just something of “out of the ordinary” that I like about them. I love reading about the differences and yet the underlying similarities in the different experiences. I guess we all have asked ourselves what happens when we pass, and this book gives you insight on just that! If you ever asked yourself questions, then I would suggest this book.
About the Author:
Marlene Bateman Sullivan was born in Salt Lake City, Utah. She graduated from the University of Utah with a BA in English. She is married to Kelly R. Sullivan and they are the parents of seven children.
Her hobbies are gardening, camping, and reading. Marlene has been published extensively in magazines and newspapers and has written a number of non-fiction books, including: Latter-day Saint Heroes and Heroines, And There Were Angels Among Them, Visit’s From Beyond the Veil, By the Ministering of Angels, and Brigham’s Boys. Marlene also wrote the best-selling novel, Light on Fire Island.
A busy writer, Marlene is set to have three books published this year. Gaze Into Heaven, a fascinating collection of over 50 documented near-death experiences in early church history, was published earlier this year. Next came Motive for Murder, the first in a mystery series featuring the quirky private eye, Erica Coleman. Recently, Heroes of Faith, a collection of stories about people who acted heroically in the face of grave trials and handicaps was released by Cedar Fort Inc.
Disclosure: I won this book in a giveaway. I did not have to do the review, and this review is my honest opinion.