"Dr. Elisa Medhus offers a heartfelt, deeply moving story that invitesreaders to question their own beliefs of love, loss, and the afterlife."
– Eben Alexander, MD, author of the NY Times bestseller Proof of Heaven (Praise for My Son and the Afterlife)
"My Life After Death takes us on an extraordinary journey filled with inspiration, love, and hope. Well worth reading and celebrating. Thank you, Dr. Medhus and Erik."
– Gary E. Schwartz, PhD, author of The Sacred Promise and The Afterlife Experiments
“From the graphic description of finding himself looking at his own dead body and seeing all the commotion and heartache that his suicide caused, Erik Medhus provides us with a totally new perspective on what its like to die. His voice is clear, direct and intimate as if talking to a close friend in the language of young people today. His insights are poignant and profound. Eric tells it like it is ‘no punches pulled.’ My Life After Death will expand your understanding of mental illness, suicide, spirituality, love, and the afterlife. And above all it is a book of joy, hope, and wonder.”
– Dr. Victor Zammit, co-author of A Lawyer Presents the Evidence for the Afterlife and The Friday Afterlife Report
“Communicating through a medium, Erik Medhus draws us into experiencing his world and his life in the afterlife. We experience his senses, emotions, thoughts, amazement, discoveries, and surprises as he has lived them since his passing. My Life After Death is an absorbing journey through the afterlife that I recommend to anyone who wants to understand the realm we will all eventually inhabit by experiencing it through the engrossing accounts of this young man living there now.”
– R. Craig Hogan, PhD, author of Your Eternal Self
“Many books suggest that consciousness and personality continue after death, supported by evidence from spiritual mediums who convey accurate messages related to specific deceased persons. This book is unique in that it describes what existence is like for Erik Medhus after his physical death. It is interesting to envision Erik’s mode of communication with ‘living’ loved ones—and to contemplate the various realms and experiences described as he becomes aware of his true nature. But I most appreciate his fresh take on the value of Earth life, reflected by these words: ‘Hold hands, man. Hug everybody. Have a hugfest.’ ”
– Mark Ireland, author of Soul Shift and Messages from the Afterlife