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Amazon/Kindle Reviews: Traveling In and Out of Heaven



Traveling In and Out of Heaven

Kindle Edition by Elaine Feuer (Author)

5.0 out of 5 stars 5 customer reviews

What a book!! I recommend everyone to have it at home.

By Josh Reef on September 9, 2017

Format: Paperback|Verified Purchase

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5.0 out of 5 stars

A gripping book that takes the reader on a dramatic rollercoaster ride!

By Peter Davison April 19, 2017

Format: Kindle Edition

This exceptional book is much more than a touching story of a sister’s love for her dying brother; it also describes the dramatic and tragic family dynamics that took place behind the back of the dying brother. There is a brutal sub-plot revealing the tragedy of his only daughter and ex-wife reaching for his estate before he dies, and even planning to hasten his death. This is a gripping story with the reader feeling like they are on a dramatic roller-coaster ride. Although the story is intense, it is laced with delightful humor to give the reader a chance to catch their breath. This book is also a subtle but scathing criticism of the American health care system, that leaves the reader wondering how much control they have over their own health, and ultimately, over their own death, if they are in a similar position as the author and her brother. I highly recommend this book to anyone who has a family. You are in for the ride of your life!

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By CAFOXXYY on April 14, 2017

Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase

This is a very important book. It should be read by everyone who doesn't have a signed medical directive. It tells the story of a sister that tried to save her brother's life against all odds; even the daughter wanting to "pull the plug" to get the life insurance benefit. It's a story of her struggle to find the best treatment for her brother when doctors refused to discuss anything but chemotherapy and radiation. This book might save you a lot of heartache by guiding you to make the correct decisions and to fight for what you believe is fair and right.

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Why is it when we need the most love and understanding from our family...

By EG Reality Press on April 21, 2017

Format: Kindle Edition|Verified Purchase

Why is it when we need the most love and understanding from our family, one family member challenges and destroys all the Author has diligently researched to save her brother's life. One piece of paper not signed made a dramatic impact on the lives of so many bringing into focus the importance of documentation that needs to be signed in advance before a serious illness. It's a beautifully written story about the love between a brother and sister. It still makes me cry and it still makes me angry and sad about people we think we know and trust, our family.

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I Was Riveted by This Book!

By Anthony's Reviews on April 14, 2017

Format: Kindle Edition

I could not stop reading Traveling In and Out of Heaven! It made me feel like I was right there, experiencing what the author was going through. The story is beautifully written, with some poetry intermixed with pros. Elaine was an amazing sister. No one could have done more than she did, and it was such a huge loss. She is also one strong cookie and a powerful adversary. You will see the best and the worst of human nature in this book. That daughter will have someone treat her the way she treated her father and aunt. That would be divine justice. It is an incredible book and I have learned so much. Some of the doctors are arrogant bastards, and I've dealt with that type before. At least the doctors in the ICU were good. I can see this narrative becoming a movie, because readers will feel that they are alongside the author, from the first page to the last: from Allan's cancer diagnosis, to his being attached to a respirator, through the duplicitous petition. It moves so quickly, there's not a second to be bored! I highly recommend it!

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