New Book Provokes Thought on the Existence of the Tunnel of Light

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Author Jeanne A. Adams reveals an unusual dream that raises questions on near-death experiences and tunnels of light, painting a disturbing picture of what hell could be like.

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Dreams have always fascinated people as they are mysterious yet often frightening. When dreaming, people have no control over the images that they see in their sleep—images that can be quite disturbing. “No Tunnel of Light” by Jeanne A. Adams reveals an unusual “dream” she had, which provokes thought on whether dreams could be glimpses of a further reality.

Excerpt from the back of “No Tunnel of Light” reads:

Terrified, there she was in that black corner of what must be Hell, trying to remember everything she had ever read or been taught about lostness. What happened?? All she had been doing was everyday stuff. But it was so hot out in the yard trying to get a tan. She had started to feel sick. You always hear that laying in the hot sun could give a person heat exhaustion. Your blood pressure could probably make your thoughts race. Could she die like that? Had she been totally rejected for eternity? Could she ever get back? Couldn’t you be forgiven, somehow?

Some very well-known and popular accounts of persons’ “near-death” stories depict a tunnel from which emanates a sense of well-being culminating in a hopefully divine light which offers them freedom from fear and a sense of being in tune with all the solutions to all the mysteries. Sadly, the author’s experience was no comfort at all in the beginning, for the most part. It was most certainly “No Tunnel of Light.”

The author challenges readers, “Prepare to be uncomfortable and to have your clichés challenged. Call it a dream or product of vivid imagination, this, dear reader, is what happened to me.”

Adams could not escape the urgency with which her “dream” left her. Thus, she has strived to make “No Tunnel of Light” as faithful and factual as an account could be. She hopes readers will witness what she saw, felt, and hopefully learned.

“No Tunnel of Light” will be featured at the New Jersey Library Association Book Exhibit in Atlantic City, N.J. on June 5-6, 2012.

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No Tunnel of Light * by Jeanne A. Adams
Publication Date: December 27, 2010
Trade Paperback; $15.99; 63 pages; 978-1-4568-2890-5
eBook; $9.99; 978-1-4568-2891-2

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