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The Travellers' Guide To The Afterlives

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Summary

"The Travellers' Guide To The Afterlives" truly is the most important book in the history of literature.

Whether you're deeply pious or a hardcore atheist, just imagine this: what if the afterlife really does exist? And what if the afterlife you end up in depends on which religion you follow?

What if some of the afterlives are great and some are awful?

Wouldn't you want to know? Wouldn't you want to spend your life following the religion with the best eternity? Because life is short and eternity is really, really long.

Despite being a lifelong atheist, I didn't want to take the chance of being wrong and ending up floating in an infinite pool of embryonic fluid forever after. So I devised a way of travelling to the afterlife and returning to my body back on Earth. In "The Travellers' Guide To The Afterlives", I visit Heaven, Hell and Hades, as well as the afterlives of the Buddhists, Jehovah's Witnesses and Australian Aborigines. Join me as I recount my adventures and enjoy the tales of life, death, life again, more death, more life, a bit of sex, and an adorable couple of koalas.

Find out which religion will take you to the best afterlife so you can make an informed decision about your hereafter.

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