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Beyond the darkness

my near-death journey to the edge of hell

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This edition was published in by Bantam Books in New York.

Written in English

146 pages

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Unlike Betty J. Eadie and other near-deathers who have written best-selling accounts of their close calls, Fenimore did not experience an epiphany when her heart stopped. Here, she tells of her brief, hellish tour of you-know-where.
Copyright 1994 Reed Business Information, Inc.
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In 1991 the author, a wife and mother, decided to take her own life in the hopes of finding peace. Her near-death experience was not a heavenly encounter, however, but a brush with a nightmare. Her journey to hell and back is charted in an astoundingly vivid account which proves hard to put down. -- Midwest Book Review

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Beyond the Darkness: My Near-Death Journey to the Edge of Hell and Back
1997, Simon & Schuster, Limited
in English
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Beyond the Darkness
February 1, 1996, Bantam
Mass Market Paperback in English
Cover of: Beyond the darkness
Beyond the darkness: my near-death journey to the edge of hell
1995, Bantam Books
in English
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Beyond the darkness: my near death journey to the edge of hell andback
1995, Simon & Schuster
in English
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Beyond the Darkness
February 1, 1995, Random House Audio
Audio Cassette in English

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Beyond the darkness

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Editorial Reviews
From Library Journal
Unlike Betty J. Eadie and other near-deathers who have written best-selling accounts of their close calls, Fenimore did not experience an epiphany when her heart stopped. Here, she tells of her brief, hellish tour of you-know-where.
Copyright 1994 Reed Business Information, Inc.
Review
In 1991 the author, a wife and mother, decided to take her own life in the hopes of finding peace. Her near-death experience was not a heavenly encounter, however, but a brush with a nightmare. Her journey to hell and back is charted in an astoundingly vivid account which proves hard to put down. -- Midwest Book Review

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Library of Congress BR1725.F46 A3 1995

Beyond the darkness

my near-death journey to the edge of hell

This edition was published in by Bantam Books in New York.


Classifications

Dewey Decimal Class
209/.2, B
Library of Congress
BR1725.F46 A3 1995

The Physical Object

Pagination
viii, 146 p. ;
Number of pages
146

ID Numbers

Open Library
OL1116162M
Internet Archive
beyonddarknessmy00feni
ISBN 10
0553099663
LC Control Number
94042240
OCLC/WorldCat
31707561
Library Thing
1550940
Goodreads
962997

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