Wednesday, September 17, 2014
Blog tour: ‘Visions from Beyond the Veil’ by Lee Nelson
For those who believe, it’s no secret that this life is not the end. Learn for yourself what awaits us all in these inspiring true accounts from Latter-day Saints who have been shown a glimpse through the thin veil between this life and death. Sure to uplift any reader, this beloved book, compiled from the previous Beyond the Veil series, is a must-read—a true testament to the eternal nature of God’s plan.
Paperback: 464 pages
Publisher: Cedar Fort (September 1, 2014)
About the author:
Lee Nelson was a public relations and advertising copywriter before his first book was published in 1979. Lee is best known for his Storm Testament series historical novels (nine volumes), and his Beyond the Veil series (four volumes). Lee is well known for his authentic research, which includes killing a buffalo from the back of a galloping horse with a bow and arrow, crossing the murky waters of the Green River many times on horseback, and riding with Mongolian nomads while gathering research for an upcoming book.
My review: Visions from Beyond the Veil by Lee Nelson
I liked Visions from Beyond. I remember reading other books from Lee Nelson that made a difference in my life decades ago. It helped when a couple of years later I became a widow.
These are different experience with life beyond the veil or when people have died and come back. These are very personal stories. The different stories have some of the same experiences of being met by relatives. Some people were sent back because they have something left in their lives to do.
Others were given a choice of staying or going back and facing trials but their families needed them.
Most of these stories are from Latter-day Saints. They know that death is not the end of life. That the family members they saw were alright and had a busy life. They share their stories to help others cope with the loss of loved ones.
Their are so many stories. I would love to read this just a few stories at a time and enjoy them instead of having to rush through the book like I have.
It is so difference to read these than when I first read these stories. Mainly my life experiences and trials I have gone through.
I know that their is life after death. That family is so important in this side of the veil and the other side of the veil.
This book is not preaching but does show what people believed and why they had these events happen to them.
I was given this ebook to read from Cedar Fort so I could give a honest review and be part of its blog tour.
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