November 16, 2012

The Last Frontier by Julia Assante


The Last Frontier by Julia Assante is a very powerful book that can fully transform your thoughts and beliefs about the afterlife. She magically weaves scholarly facts with religion and personal accounts of the afterlife. If you are curious about what happens once we die, or if you want to try to make contact with someone who has already passed on, this book could help answer some of your most important questions about the other side.


Book Description
Knowledge of the afterlife can trigger dazzling transformations in body, mind, and spirit. It unleashes our authentic selves, radically resets our values, and deepens our sense of life purpose. From it we discover that the real nature of the universe is the very essence of benevolence. In this comprehensive work, Julia Assante probes what happens when we die, approaching with scholarly precision historical and religious accounts, near-death experiences, and after-death communication. She then presents convincing evidence of discarnate existence and communication with the dead and offers practical ways to make contact with departed loved ones to heal and overcome guilt, fear, and grief.” – The Last Frontier


My Thoughts
The Last Frontier is a very well written book exploring the afterlife and our fears about death. If you have ever lost someone close to you, or been ill to the point of near-death yourself, the thought about life after death probably crossed your mind more than once or twice. You may have been scared to die, curious about what happens next, and maybe even sought out evidence or literature about the subject. The fact is, nobody knows for certain. We’re all still alive. However, special people in the world such as Julia Assante are able to help ease the mind about it with her ability to communicate with the other side. Another big shocker here: we can all start this communication with loved ones who have passed. Assante helps explain how to do so in this book, which I found to be an excellent guide.

I admire Julia Assante’s work in this book, and her scholarly background (she earned a Ph.D. from Columbia University), as well as her skills communicating with the dead. She writes with a passion and knowledge that many in this field often fail to portray. I enjoyed this book very much and if you are curious about the afterlife, I think that you will enjoy it too. I highly recommend it.


* Thank you to the publisher of The Last Frontier, New World Library, for providing me with a copy of this book for review. All opinions expressed are my own.

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Would this be a good book for someone who recently lost someone? I'm thinking as a gift?

Sheri said...

I think it would be the perfect book for someone who just lost someone. Great idea for a gift for them.