Angie Fenimore, a wife and mother haunted by abuse in childhood and The following is an excerpt from her wonderful book, Beyond the Darkness. Find out more about Beyond The Darkness by Angie Fenimore at Simon & Schuster UK. Read book reviews & excerpts, watch author videos & more. Beyond the darkness by Angie Fenimore, , Bantam Books edition, in English .
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Book description A victim of childhood abuse and a would-be ajgie recounts her descent into a hell of terrifying visions and psychic disintegration on the other side of the grave and her return to life through religious faith.
The author also puts much focus on “light” and “darkness” rather than Righteousness and Sin, God and Satan, etc. Review In the author, a wife and mother, decided to take her own life in darknesd hopes of finding peace. I thought the writer had a really bad life, so not surprising that she couldn’t deal with it.
For example, she describes a type of purgatory rather than hell and “second chance” after death.
Beyond the Darkness: My Near-Death Journey to the Edge of Hell
From inside the book. Helena Luctus rated it liked it Aug 22, Very much a thought provoking read. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account.
The author shares much of her faith in God the Father and Jesus Christ, but never gives any actual statement of faith or testimony of salvation. You must log in to edit Common Knowledge data. This was very entertaining, but she didn’t go into as much detail about her NDE as I was expecting. Some of these children are preborn souls gaining the desire sufficient to enter into the world.
No dzrkness is really happy or sad, just blank faces with indifferent human expressions.
Beyond The Darkness
The first part of the book is more engaging and insightful than the second. Previous to reading this book, I had only read about how near-death experiences ths been filled with joy and wonder, and subsequently had a positive effect on those who awaken from it.
It is well worth the read. Sep 16, Linda rated it it was ok.
The Physical Object Pagination viii, p. Julie rated it liked it Aug 09, The shattering account of the dark side of a near-death experience as reported by one woman. It struck me that she may not have actually died at all, but rather had a lucid, drug-induced experience.
There were a few surprising revelations in it for me, which I won’t spoil by telling you. Are you sure you want to remove Beyond the darkness from your list? It wasnt just a light though, bdyond felt an energy too” Like i electrocuted myself or something. Most of her story doesn’t have any roots in the Bible, which concerns me. Such a good beynod and a fast read too!!!
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Apr 22, Te Gobble rated it really liked it. If highest truths and peace are experienced, who is to judge those experiences? I read this in high school. Kylie Cantwell rated it liked it Feb 02, The second half deals with her attempted suicide, thus going on a journey to where she meets God and Jesus, and finally finds out how to deal with her issues, and how it affects others here on Earth.
Nonfic Fan rated it did not like it Sep 01, A victim of childhood abuse and a would-be suicide recounts her descent into a hell of terrifying visions and psychic disintegration on the other side of the grave and her return to life through religious faith. Jul 01, Audrey L rated it really liked it.
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Here, she tells of her brief, hellish tour of you-know-where. Without trying to offend any Catholics who might be reading this, there is no purgatory listed anywhere in the Bible! The author says she was raised during childhood ffnimore Catholicism.
Become a LibraryThing Author. Toni rated it really liked it Oct 24, I am glad we have multiple accounts from people who have attempted to beyondd their own lives and recovered. Jun 13, Sabrina Rutter rated it really liked it Shelves: I will be forever grateful my father was darkneds to return quickly from an errand on which she had sent him to find her still alive before the drugs had completed their work. This is Fenimore’s personal story of her harrowing journey to the edge of Hell.