Rated of 5
by Mark Maisonneuve
The book has a very engaging style using flashbacks that make for non-stop reading. The two central themes, that we are all connected, and that God cares greatly about each of us individually, are packaged in a fascinating story. I read one critic who complained it was typical modern mush, ignoring a God who will justly punish us for our sins. To that critic I say this is a story, not the Federal Register, i.e. it is not pages of detailed rules on the operation of heaven. It is a great introduction to thinking about heaven but shouldn't be the last thing one ever reads or ponders on the subject.