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WARNING: This is not the actual audiobook Proof of Heaven by Eben Alexander. Do not buy this audiobook summary and review if you are looking for a full copy of this very interesting and inspirational book or audiobook, which can be found back on the Amazon search page.

Instead, we have already read Proof of Heaven and pulled out all the key insights, events and take-away points to give you a comprehensive chapter-by-chapter summary and review in an engaging and easily digestible format.

In doing so, unfortunately we do not have the space to describe all of the helpful background scenery or events. To get it all, you need to order the full book or audiobook. This concise summary and review works best as an unofficial study guide or companion to listen to alongside this enlightening book or audiobook.

Many are skeptical of so-called "near-death experiences." Given his neuroscience background, Dr. Eben Alexander III was one of those skeptics - until he had an experience of his own. In Proof of Heaven, Alexander details his terrifying but fascinating ride through a life threatening illness and hospitalization.

He drifts in and out of consciousness throughout the book, thus shifting the narrative from chapter-to-chapter. At times he describes the interactions he has with his doctors and family at his hospital bedside, while at other times he articulates the enlightening visions and encounters he experiences in another state of consciousness. By the time he has made it through this near-death experience, he has undergone a thorough transformation from nonbeliever to believer in an afterlife.

GENRE
Classics
NARRATOR
JS
John Steele
LENGTH
00:33
hr min
RELEASED
2013
October 31
PUBLISHER
Save Time Summaries
PRESENTED BY
Audible.com
LANGUAGE
EN
English
SIZE
27.2
MB

Customer Reviews

Jackson David Reynolds ,

Very poor quality synopsis.

This is a very poor summary. Additionally, the narrator disconcertingly refers to the book's author as a "neuroscientist," which he is not, but rather a neuroSURGEON — quite an important distinction. I would not waste my money.

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