Don Piper Writing Styles in 90 Minutes in Heaven

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Don Piper wrote this book as much to share his story with others as to find healing and meaning for himself. Although there are hundreds of reported cases of near-death experiences, Don's story seems to be unique. There is a real authenticity to Don's story not often found in tales of traveling down a long tunnel toward a bright light and entering the gates of heaven. Perhaps the realness of Don's story comes from his being dead for a full ninety minutes, instead of only a few moments. Additionally, Don stands in as much awe of his experience as those who hear it. Don does not take his visit to heaven lightly and struggles to find reasons for being taken and sent back.

Don says that he did not write this book for himself. This statement is only partially true. Don is not motivated by personal glory. He...

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