on 21 April 2014
As a person who wonders on a regular basis what life is like after death, I was eager to read this collection of short stories. Warning best not read before bed time but do not let that put you off.
The writer occasionally plummets the depths of human depravity and frailty as he portrays compelling depictions of life after death. He does so, at times, with an alarming sense of humour.
The stories may be short, but the characters live on long after their death. Bravo Mr. Ian Rae for creating such valid vignettes of this often taboo subject. I am sure these stories will resonate with the believers and unbelievers amongst us.
Michaela Foster Marsh