Judy Bachrach, author of Glimpsing Heaven, on tour November 2014

Posted By on October 9, 2014

Glimpsing HeavenAbout Glimpsing Heaven

• Paperback: 256 pages
• Publisher: National Geographic (September 2, 2014)

If you caught a glimpse of heaven, would you choose to come back to life? Many people alive today have experienced clinical death—a heart that has stopped beating, brain activity that has flat lined—and returned to life with lucid, vivid memories of what occurred while they were dead. Judy Bachrach, investigative journalist and contributing editor at Vanity Fair, presents their astonishing stories here, giving us a rare glimpse of life after death. She consulted the world’s leading scientific and medical experts on death experience to explore whether the science supports the stories—and now, in Glimpsing Heaven, her surprising discovery puts death in a whole new light.

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394175 02: Journalist and author Judy Bachrach poses for a portrait September 19, 2000 in Washington, DC. Bachrach published a book, "Tina and Harry Come To America," which chronicles the British power couple of publishing, Tina Brown and Harry Evans. (Photo by Dirck Halstead/Getty Images)About Judy Bachrach

JUDY BACHRACH is a veteran journalist, having worked at the Washington Post, the Washington Star, and Vanity Fair, for which she covered stories on Sylvio Berlusconi, Amanda Knox, and Stephen Hawking. She was educated at Chatham College, the University of Brussels, and Columbia University’s Graduate School of Journalism. In the course of volunteering as a hospice worker, a path she initially chose to conquer her fear of death, she met numerous nurses, doctors, and scientists who have helped her with this book.

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Judy’s Tour Stops

Wednesday, October 29th: Booksie’s Blog

Monday, November 3rd: JulzReads

Thursday, November 13th: Book Nerd

Monday, November 17th: Diary of a Stay at Home Mom

Tuesday, November 18th: Breezes at Dawn

Thursday, November 20th: A Catholic Mom Climbing the Pillars

Saturday, November 22nd: Patricia’s Wisdom

Monday, November 24th: Lisa’s Yarns

Tuesday, November 25th: Everyone Needs Therapy

Monday, December 1st: The Gods Are Bored

Wednesday, December 3rd: A Daring Adventure

Thursday, December 4th: Diamond Cut Life

Thursday, December 4th: nightlyreading

Thursday, December 4th: Sara’s Organized Chaos

Friday, December 5th: Svetlana’s Reads and Views

Tuesday, December 16th:  The Dubious Disciple


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