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Publisher's Summary

From the afterlife - a new perspective on your life: “I know this may come as a shock, and you know I’m not fond of using stale one-liners, but - ‘reports of my death have been greatly exaggerated.’ I’m as alive now as I was on the day we met, except, maybe, more so.” If the dead could speak, don’t you wonder what they would say to those of us they’ve left behind? What would they tell us to soothe our sorrow, calm our fears of what happens when we die, and fire us up to live the best possible lives now? With wisdom, humor, and, yes, joy, New York Times best-selling author Mike Dooley explores our most pressing and profound questions about the afterlife - and this life - from the fresh perspective of those who have made the transition to the next phase. Revelations they share:

  • We were ready; you are not.
  • There’s no such thing as a devil or hell.
  • We’re sorry for any pain we may have caused.
  • Your pets are just as crazy, brilliant, and loving here as they were there.
  • Nothing can prepare you for the beauty of the moment you arrive.

In this audio program, you’ll learn that our loved ones are not lost to us; that our time on earth is both a school and an adventure; and that we can reshape our own fortunes, starting today.

©2014 Hay House (P)2014 Hay House

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Wowsers!

Can you be mind blown on stuff you have known, all along?
Yes yes yes

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Waste of time

The narrater was full of enthusiasm but learnt nothing it was full of words and phrases that led to nothingness
Hard to explain
Just like reading this review it doesn't make sense

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Enlightening

l loved it! answered questions i didn't know i had! reinforced in a unique way what i fundamentally knew or wanted to believe.
thanks Mike!

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  • Jes
  • 19-12-2014

I good source of information

I’ve read many books over the years by many authors who have interviewed people who died and came back. Along with near death experiences people have had. I’ve read David Wilcox work on what really happens when we die as well as many others.

Here Mike puts them all together in one location and it’s easy to follow. I have never believed since I was a little child what I was told about death and judgement I will face when it occurs. I believe Mike has it right and that we are all loved and here to learn lessons as the ancient pagans used to teach. Which oddly enough the Catholic church taught as well until they decided it was heresy.

When you read this book you will understand why you do some of the things you do like that odd little conversation with the person in the store line that you will never see again in this life. If you did you would see how it changed both of your lives in a little way that led to something bigger. You’d understand that fearing death is a waste of time and so much more. Please approach this book with an open mind and enjoy it to it’s fullest.

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  • Mandy P
  • 26-01-2015

Just Trust Me

I actually listened to this on Audible rather than reading the book, which I have. I really WANT to give this more stars, I truly do. But I just struggled with this entire book. In the introduction he says (paraphrased): "trust me just because I know". Absolutely no explanation how he knows all things, nada. Just "trust me". Then he continues into some interesting and some totally fantastical ideas about the afterlife...out there stuff, mostly repeats of hundreds of other manifestation books. The truth is, I'd love to buy what he's saying, but it is tough. Dooley repeats what 500 quantum physics "The Secret" type books have said, only without any authority. He also takes it further with weird letters from supposed dead people. I think these letters from the dead could be very hurtful to anyone reading this trying to find some comfort about a lost loved one.

The audio version was done OK. I didn't love the narrator, but he wasn't too distracting. What was distracting was trying to figure out how and on what authority a former accountant magically turned knower-of-all-things.

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  • PAMELA
  • 08-07-2015

Not what I expected

Is there anything you would change about this book?

some examples of how he came up with his beliefs

Would you be willing to try another book from Mike Dooley? Why or why not?

not sure

Did the narration match the pace of the story?

yes

Could you see The Top Ten Things Dead People Want to Tell You being made into a movie or a TV series? Who should the stars be?

no

Any additional comments?

The letters were a little far fetched, maybe near death experiences would have been more believable.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 12-06-2015

Interesting Book, but hard to listen to

If you could sum up The Top Ten Things Dead People Want to Tell You in three words, what would they be?

Read the book! The author reads so fast it is hard to keep up with what he is saying.
Concepts are lost because he goes at light speed.

What didn’t you like about Mike Dooley’s performance?

He seems very passionate about what he is saying, but he goes so fast that you lose some of the information. You have no time to contemplate what he is saying before he has taken off on another topic. This would be a book to read and not listen to.

Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

Yes, I would have liked to listen to all of the book at one sitting. The information is very interesting.

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  • Mary Lou Johnson
  • 22-12-2014

Amazing Book!

What did you love best about The Top Ten Things Dead People Want to Tell You?

The presentation was very engaging, and the content resonated with me 100%.
It came into my life at just the right time.

Who was your favorite character and why?

the dog as I never knew much about dog heaven

Have you listened to any of Mike Dooley’s other performances before? How does this one compare?

this is my first

Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

Yes, and I could barely put it down, except to stop and contemplate what I had just heard.

Any additional comments?

I am sure I will listen to it over and over and recommend it to friends or use it in my classes.

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  • Ann A
  • 04-11-2015

sing-songy but advanced Disclosure Consciousness

Illuminati lies really say: I resist life & fear challenge.. point made logical and valid.

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  • Brett luddington
  • 02-04-2015

Interesting ideas

Unfortunately all these concepts are just something that's impossible to prove. in reality there's no way of knowing what is the real reality until we pass to the other side. which brings all of us back to the same old place of what is true about an afterlife? If in fact we truly know there is an afterlife. Don't get me wrong given equal opportunity for any theory to be true and given we have no concrete evidence for any theory, I choose to believe Dooleys theories are more comforting and logical then traditional thoughts or dogmas. so read the book and ponder the concepts. you'll be ask the wiser.

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  • OsteoRD
  • 01-04-2015

Wow

This book opened my eyes to a new way of thinking about life, daily struggles and how to know what's really important.

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  • chow
  • 12-03-2015

Don't buy

Painful to listen to.

Listen to The Door of Everything by Ruby Nelson. It is 50 years old, but way ahead of this guy. It seams like he borrowed some of the concepts and then destroyed their benefit in his pedantic and condescending style.

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  • Hannah
  • 04-03-2015

Engaging Book

Would you consider the audio edition of The Top Ten Things Dead People Want to Tell You to be better than the print version?

No. I would actually prefer to have the print version. This is one book I would like to go back and re-read parts. The writer is the narrator and he is a little too enthusiastic sometimes. I really loved the content after about the first 4 chapters. Not as good as Billy Fingers, but an interesting read.

What was the most compelling aspect of this narrative?

Mike Dooley was actually writing a book about life, how to manifest what you want, how to be happy, how to get along with others, how to focus and be aware of yourself as a spiritual being having a physical experience. There was a lot of pertinent information. Most of this I have heard before but he had a succinct and interesting way of presenting the material.

Which scene was your favorite?

The scenes of Heave.

If you could give The Top Ten Things Dead People Want to Tell You a new subtitle, what would it be?

how to enjoy your life on the physical plane and not fear death

Any additional comments?

I'm glad I have this book, I enjoyed it and have listened to it more than once.

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  • Robert John Sutherland
  • 16-11-2016

Uplifting, light and inspiring.

I've listened to this audiobook twice since I purchased it last year, and I'm sure in 2017 I will listen to it again. It's uplifting and inspiring. I think I enjoy most the lightness in which Mike delivers it.

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  • Ladybird
  • 18-04-2015

AngelMomma

I read this book very soon after my son's passing and it gave me some very important insight.. Thank you Mike Dooley for sending this message to me which I know my son Mark helped..

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  • Pauline Giles love bug dog cat dog
  • 01-04-2018

Put me in better fram of

Put in good mood it made life is easy when look like that better by much

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 18-04-2017

very original & clever...impressive

original, capitavating, bold, inspiring, with a whole load of humour. you can't help getting involved. makes u feel good from the off!

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  • MattInWalsall
  • 06-09-2016

loved it

an excellent book, well written, interesting and easy to understand. Couldn't stop listening to it.

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  • emma
  • 19-07-2016

Loved this book

Could not stop listening to this book, it mirrors a lot of my beliefs. I think it is a good book for people wanting a different view on the afterlife. Will give you lots to think about.

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  • yvresse
  • 10-08-2015

Comforting

I loved this very gentle book. I feel hearing it now was the right time for me.
A mash up of LOA and a grief counselling session ,it helped me immensely as I lost my own mum in January.
This book renewed my faith and gave clarity to me when I was feeling wobbled. Just lovely.

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  • Rallysandall
  • 01-06-2015

Great listen

Mike has one of them voices you can just listen too, I hope one day to get on one of his tut adventures. Having been on email for tut for a number of years I've read/ listens to most of his books this is great and really goes deep into explaining things. Very easy to listen too get it xx

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  • K. Young
  • 16-03-2015

My first and last Bob Dooley book

The entire premise of this book is that The author has access to the thoughts of those who passed but won't tell you how he knows. Anyway it's all about love but as often happens the title is a tad misleading

1 of 3 people found this review helpful