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Sum: Forty Tales from the Afterlives
This book is complex. It is made up of a few dozen short (2-6 pages) stories. On the surface it has interesting spins on the idea of an afterlife that anyone could enjoy but under the skin he touches on other issues. As a whole, the book questions peoples motives for believing in an afterlife but does this without pretension.
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