Tales From the Hereafter


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Do you ever wonder what happens after you die? Explore many different scenarios through the points of view of this book's narrators!

Tales From The Hereafter by Ted Myers consists of two very entertaining and thought-provoking parts. Part 1 is longer than Part 2, as it is a compilation of different post-death experiences. From a Buddhist monk to a famous Hollywood director or a child-molesting priest, each chapter is a different idea about what happens after someone dies. Part 2 is not about death but rather about dreams, and it follows the nightly dreams of an old man. His dreams allow him to feel young again, and he tries to take advantage of it. The book will really make you stop and think about what happens in “the hereafter.”

I would rate Tales From The Hereafter by Ted Myers 4 out of 5 stars. The storyline is extremely creative and original, and it was very entertaining to read the post-death stories of all the different characters. The book started out a little slow, but after a few chapters I found myself enthralled. There were some chapters that were more fun for me to read than others, but it was overall an interesting and well-written book. The brevity of the chapters makes for easy reading. Because each chapter has a different narrator and storyline, it is also easy to skip over certain parts of the book without missing out on the big picture if needed.

I would recommend this book to anyone who likes thinking about what happens after death. While I was reading, I kept being reminded of The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy by Douglas Adams. If you enjoyed reading that book, I really think that you would enjoy this one as well. There would be a lot of trigger warnings for this book, however. The book covers suicide, drug abuse, alcoholism, child molestation, rape, murder, and more. If you struggle with any of these or related triggers, I would be careful about reading Tales From The Hereafter. Otherwise, I think that this was a very interesting read and would recommend it to adults interested in afterlife theories.

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About the author

After twenty years trembling on the brink of rock stardom and fifteen years working at record companies, Ted Myers left the music business—or perhaps it was the other way around—and took a job as a copywriter at an advertising agency. This cemented his determination to make his mark as an author. view profile

Published on August 01, 2023

Published by DEUXMERS, LLC

40000 words

Contains mild explicit content ⚠️

Genre: Fantasy

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