About Cappuccino Heaven: A Life After Death

My name is Elizabeth Walker. I died at the ripe old age of thirty-eight, after a long battle with cancer. I wanted to make forty. I loved cappuccinos, sunshine and life.”

So speaks the spirit of Elizabeth watching her husband Mike and teen daughters Sasha and Lucy deal with their devastating loss. Yet, life goes on, often painfully. Years pass, the children grow up, and Mike moves on, while Elizabeth makes her way in the afterlife.

The sassy former hooker, Rita, introduces Elizabeth to the dark lower levels where she learns to rescue lost souls and bring them to the light. High school friend Emma shows her where astral travelers hang out, a white sandy beach they believe is Paradise. A coffee shop becomes a focal meeting point, a place for Elizabeth to get her paws on her earthly favorite, cappuccinos.

Good and evil, karma and predestination, letting go of loved ones and reincarnation, Elizabeth will learn it all - the hard way. Sometimes…always?…death may just be the beginning.

Reviews for Cappuccino Heaven: A Life After Death

I found this interesting book hidden at the end of a book Michelle collaborated on with Aiden James. It was an unexpected treat. It drew me into the afterlife, and one that is somewhat appealing, at least to me, and at least so far. It's what I'd like to see and be able to do. I'm looking forward to so much more, as I am sure she's only scratched the surface with this series - there are so many unanswered questions yet I do not feel like I was left hanging. I just know there are many, many possibilities.

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.Let me start off by saying I lost my Husband to cancer at a young age, and My daughter to murder when she was just 20, So when I say this book REALLY spoke to my heart, it truly did, This is a wonderful story of a different look at the after life. I Loved Elizabeth's journey from the moment she passed to the waiting family members, to the day she meets her daughter who is a true innocent because she had no time on earth. I cried when Elizabeth's granddaughter was born and it made me wonder, are my [...]

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Although I downloaded this story months ago, I wasn't in a place where I was able to read it until now. Having lost my grandmother to cancer not long ago, this topic was near and dear to my heart, and I held off on reading until I was ready. I'm glad I have done so, as this book requires an open mind and much thought. If you're a believer, you no doubt have a vision in your head of Heaven already. I know I certainly do! This book made me consider Heaven and Hell in a new light, and was [...]

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My review.
This is one of those rare occasions where I can predict the reaction of readers to a book...... This is not an ambivalent book.
A reader will either love it or hate it. I don’t see a golden high way.
The book is a story of a woman’s experience in Heaven after death. She soon learns that she needs to let go of some human issues, that she needs to learn and that she needs to push herself from one realm to the other. She learns that she needs to learn to accept others and – I loved this [...]

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