What Dreams May Come

What Dreams May Come

by Richard Matheson

Judy Stanton (05/12/13): Stories of life after death, or life after life, all seem to contain the common theme of life on earth being a way to work out issues and help your soul grow so that, ultimately, it will be at one with God. I was impressed with how much research Richard Matheson did in writing this fictional book, so that it contained concepts one would find in the literature on reincarnation. I also liked the approach the author took, telling one person's dramatic experience, but writing it in such a way as to give the living insight into what happens to our being after we die. It was interesting to me that everyone's experience of heaven and hell (not called that in the book) was different, based on an individual's personal passions and fears. I liked that everyone's personal faith was confirmed for them. The story was about soul mates losing and finding each other, and that story, too, resonated with me. This book was made into a movie, and I watched it amidst the reading, but enjoyed the approach and details in the book better. Whether or not you believe in reincarnation, you will find parts of What Dreams May Come thought provoking. I found myself so engrossed at times, that I couldn't believe how much time had passed. Worth reading.
Rating: ****

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