by Robin King
Atwater, P.M.H. Coming Back to Life: The
After-Effects of the Near-Death Experience.
2001. New York: Citadel Press. A comprehensive
discussion of after-effects of NDEs.
Kellehear, Allan. Experiences Near Death:
Beyond Medicine and Religion. New York:
Oxford University Press, 1996. This is a sociologist's
perspective that gives a good history of ideas
Kircher, Pamela. Love is the Link: A Hospice
Doctor Shares Her Experience of Near-Death and
Dying. New York: Larson Publications, 1995.
A hospice doctor's perspective on NDEs.
Moody, Raymond. Life After Life. New
York: Bantam Books, 1975. The original collection
of anecdotes that began the whole field of NDEs.
Morse, Melvin. Closer to the Light.
New York: Villard Books, 1990. The classic about
Morse, Melvin. Where God Lives. 2000.
An interesting view that talks about the left
temporal lobe theory.
Ring, Kenneth. Heading Toward Omega.
New York: William Morrow, 1984. The classic
research about value changes as a result of
Ring, Kenneth. Lessons from the Light.
1999. An excellent book about how NDEs are changing
Rommer, Barbara. Blessing in Disguise: Another
Side of the Near-Death Experience. 2000.
St. Paul: Llewellyn Publications. Discusses
less-than-positive NDEs and how they impact
the lives of those who have them.