The Zenith Syndrome by Robert Menzies

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I would strongly recommend this fascinating tale to ALL readers because, as adults, we must face final questions and the ultimate meaning of our existence.
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Nobody really knows what fate awaits us when we die. Things might be quite different to what we've been led to believe or come to expect.

Seventeen-year-old Andy wants so badly to know what happens when he dies that he can't wait to die from natural causes to find out. With help from his mate Wombat he arranges to have a near-death-experience in the local pool. But things don't work out as planned and Andy embarks on the longest journey of all.

Andy's journey into the After-life explodes a few myths and gives the reader a glimpse of what it could really be like.
 

About Robert Menzies

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Robert Menzies completed his Ph.D. studies (New Testament) at the University of Aberdeen, Scotland under the supervision of I. Howard Marshall in 1989. He has authored several books on the work of the Spirit, including Spirit and Power: Foundations of Pentecostal Experience (Zondervan, 2000), which he co-authored with his father. Dr. Menzies is an adjunct professor at Asia Pacific Theological Seminary in the Philippines and the Assemblies of God Theological Seminary in the U.S. He has taught at Bible schools and seminaries in the Philippines, Australia, Fiji, Indonesia, Malaysia, Japan, Russia, Holland, Korea, and the United States. Dr. Menzies- writings on the work of the Holy Spirit in the New Testament have served as a catalyst for fresh thinking in this area. For most of the past eighteen years Dr. Menzies, along with his wife and two daughters, has lived and served in China. Dr. Menzies is currently the Director of Synergy, an organization that seeks to enable rural village people in Southwest China to live productive and fruitful lives.
 
Published February 16, 2013 by Phoenix Press. 398 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction, Humor & Entertainment, Science Fiction & Fantasy. Fiction
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Reviewed by Regis Schilken on Apr 02 2013

I would strongly recommend this fascinating tale to ALL readers because, as adults, we must face final questions and the ultimate meaning of our existence.

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