What if you didn’t have to die to know if there’s a heaven?
And what if the evidence could get you killed?
Twenty-five-year-old Zack Kashian has a biking accident on the Boston streets and lapses into a coma. When he suddenly snaps awake months later muttering the Lord’s Prayer in the original Aramaic, the media is abuzz about the “Miracle Man,” and religious fanatics flock to his hospital bedside.
Zack’s revival also catches the attention of a small group of neuroscientists conducting secret research into near-death experiences. Their objective: to determine if there is anything to the claims of trips down tunnels into the celestial light. In other words: is there an afterlife or is it all neurobiology?
If they can verify the existence of the afterlife and, by extension, God, that would be the greatest religious discovery ever. But dark forces also take an interest in “Miracle Man” Zack. To some, near death experiences are not glimpses of heaven, but blasphemous deceptions by Satan himself. These people will stop at nothing to disrupt the experiments . . .
Thriller master Gary Braver creates a chilling exploration of death . . . and life.
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