My Memory of Dying: Yes, This Is a True Story

  • by Erik Bruno
  • Narrated by John Grunewald
  • 0 hrs and 10 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

This book is meant to describe, in an easy to understand way, what happened to me after I died. I don't know who I was, where it occurred, whether I was a man or woman, boy or girl; only that it did, indeed, occur. I have had this memory for almost 40 years now. I used to believe that this was a premonition.
I was a very young child, when I began recollecting this, and so I could not explain it to myself any other way. I finally chose to tell my children, a few years ago, about this. I was afraid of what they might think of me. But I felt it was important enough to take that chance, and let them know.
And perhaps you are curious about my memory of my death too? I think you will be surprised. I hope you like the true story of my memory - and that it inspires you in some way.


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My Memory of Dying Provides a Sense of Peace

What did you love best about My Memory of Dying: Yes, This Is a True Story?

This is a book about a man's memory of the death of his past life. It is wonderfully narrated by a man with a soft and gentle voice. The book itself is not frightening at all. In fact I am recommending this because it provides us all with the knowledge that death is a peaceful transition that is filled with love and comfort. We all have questions about the afterlife and the existence of heaven. Finally someone has been able to share the experience with us and grant us the knowledge that death is a beginning, not an end and that it is a beautiful and uplifting experience.

What other book might you compare My Memory of Dying: Yes, This Is a True Story to and why?

I cannot compare this to another book because I have never read or listened to an audio book like this before. This is the first time I have ever heard anyone's experiences or memories of death. This book is truly unique.

Which character – as performed by John Grunewald – was your favorite?

This book is narrated from the first person and has only one character.

Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

The book is short but it is uplifting and inspirational throughout.

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Book Details

  • Release Date: 07-05-2013
  • Publisher: Petra Ortiz Publishing