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For most of his life, John Creed never gave much thought to an afterlife. That all changed the day he died. He'd been clinically dead for ten minutes. For most of his life, John Creed never gave much thought to an afterlife.

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Exciting, suspenseful, moving, and inspirational PARTING THE VEIL is a powerful testament to faith, hope, and the triumphant human spirit.

That all changed the day he died. At least, that's what the doctors told him when he woke up in intensive care. It had been a freak accident, they said. A school bus suddenly turned in front of his red convertible, smashing it to bits.

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For most of his life, John Creed never gave much thought to an afterlife. That all changed the day he died.He'd been clinically dead for ten minutes. At least, that's what the doctors told him when he woke up in intensive care. It had been a freak accident, they said. A school bus suddenly turned in front of his red convertible, smashing it to bits. By all odds, that should have been it. John's injuries had been grave. His heart had stopped and been restarted. He'd flatlined. His brain showed no signs of activity. Only sheer stubbornness kept the doctors from pulling the plug. Then, days later, he suddenly, mysteriously woke up - confused, in pain, but very much alive.At first, he didn't remember much of what had happened. But then, the dreams began ...The accident itself, in vivid, second-by-second detail. The face of the woman who had been driving the bus - a face twisted with pure hatred. The long hours in the trauma center, as he hovered over his own shattered body, watching the doctors desperately laboring to bring him back.And the light - a faint but steadily growing glow at the end of a swirling vortex. A brilliant incandescence filled with joy, love, peace that beckoned him closer...But there were other dreams as well...A frightened, heartbroken boy from a desperately troubled family running for his life. A pretty, red-haired woman whose life was crashing around her, tempted to end it all. An embittered, broken man whose heart smoldered with despair, hatred, and murderous rage.These lives were somehow intertwined with his own, in a way he did not fully understand.With the visions, John Creed received a remarkable gift. He could share the pain of other souls, take their suffering and transform it into peace. But this same gift also opened him to darker forces. Forces which could shift the balance between good and evil for ages to come....Exciting, suspenseful, moving, and inspirational PARTING THE VEIL is a powerful testament to faith, hope, and the triumphant human spirit.

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Beardana
One of my favorites, read it several years ago. Searched to find it again and read it again. Have recommended this book to several.
Ariseym
John Creed was driving his convertible when a school bus made an abrupt turn smashing his vehicle. John was clinically dead as his heart stopped beating and his brain showed no activity. His doctors manage to get the heart pumping, but he lived because of a machine. Pull the plug and he would be dead.

Ten days later, a miracle occurs when John awakens in the ICU. After a time his memory of his fatal day and aftermath begins to return in vivid detail. Soon he begins to see the pain of other people whose lives seemed desperate. John has gained a gift from his time on the other side. He might be able to provide solace to some who are suffering, but the dark knows about John and plan to use him to shift the balance between good and evil to those of the malevolent.

PARTING THE VEIL is an exciting inspirational suspense laden tale of hope that will remind readers of the King work The Dead Zone (book not TV series or Walken's 80s movie) The story line is fast-paced and at its loftiest when John struggles with helping people cope with their problems not an easy task to achieve. When the tale leaves the psychological spiritual life after death environs into a good vs. evil thriller it increases the excitement and suspense, but loses a piece of what makes Jay Davis' tale a unique homage to humanity's ability to win against overwhelming odds.

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Bele
The beauty of this book is that it can be read on so many levels. Clearly, it can be read in a spiritual vein, though it's a work of fiction. The author has done his homework, and has a strong grasp of the phenomena upon which several of the book's events are based.

But this story is also wonderfully suspensful. The last 100 pages real fly past as you race to the conclusion, which surprises even jaded readers. It's obvious that Davis' other books have given him a robust writer's toolkit with which to craft his tales.

Most impressive to me personally, was the degree to which I sympathized with even the antagonist characters. This is perhaps my strongest recommendation of the book. Davis doesn't draw caricatures just to facilitate his book's movement and pacing. Instead, the reader is able to witness the development of certain pathologies in his "bad guys." Wonderful!

Readers of a variety of genres will enjoy this book.
Uanabimo
Strong start but an unrealistic finish that disappointed me.

The Near Death Experience (NDE) info was accurate and interesting as put into a novel. However, the second half of the novel, while suspenseful, was deeply unsatisfying to me. The clues on how to "get over" serious trauma with the help of divine guidance just evaporated. I would have liked more insight at the ending; I would have preferred that to high drama.

Parting the Veil lapses into lectures as to what approach one ought to have toward life or life after death. I ended the story with no hope at all for the "winners" in the story, and do not believe things could have proceeded as we were told they would happen (after the story ended).

This author has terrific potential, nevertheless. Some parts of the story were riveting, and very well written. "Please make it more believable and rewrite the last chapters" would be my advice to the author.
Ceroelyu
I don't normally read fiction but the tag line caught my eye...I am a slow reader but I blasted thru this one in just a few days! well written, kept my interest and intertwined all the NDE, spiritual cliches but still very enjoyable. Am looking forward to the next two...if I can only find them!
Ranicengi
I thoroughly enjoyed Jay Davis' book on many levels. It was a great read with sympathetic, well-developed characters and a well-paced story. I couldn't put it down. Moreover, I couldn't stop thinking about the subject afterwards and have continued to seek out other books on the subject, both fiction and non-fiction. If this is truly a trilogy, I wish Jay luck and hope the next books come soon.
Braendo
I just finished reading "Parting of the Veil" but it wasn't a good read. I was very disappointed in it. It wasn't worth the time to read the 400 pages and it was SLOW. Thing is, I didn't agree with a big part of it. A guy murders his daughter, wife and a family friend (who had had the out of body experience). The father then committed suicide and the only survivor was his little son. The angel says that they all completed their mission. God sent them to earth to teach the little boy some valuable lessons he will need later in life. (It took 400 pages to say that too.) Anyway, I DON'T AGREE! That abusive father is responsible for his actions. He could have been a loving father but instead he turned on his family and murdered them. I don't think that murdering the family was his mission at all! I think the book review was very misleading. I wonder if the reviewer that recommended the book even read it.
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Thrillers & Suspense
Author: Jay Davis
ISBN: 0765348365
Category: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense
Subcategory: Thrillers & Suspense
Language: English
Publisher: Tor Books; Reprint edition (July 1, 2005)