Eva Chen Chen itibaren Tondong, Çad
** spoiler alert ** The historical fiction part of this book was good and very well written, but the rest of it (the part that takes place in Heaven) was wierd and not really how I see things, so that put my rating down a bit. This book makes out Heaven to be some boring place that is not to look forward to and is not at all fun, and that is not how Heaven is. This book says that you do not go directly to Heaven either. It says that when you die you don't go to Heaven unless you are good enough, and even if you are good enough, you don't go to Heaven until you have made up for all of the bad things that you have done. Instead you go "below" to make up for your sins. This book says that you get to Heaven because of what you've done on earth. That you get to Heaven by what you do, and your works of rightousness, which I do not believe at all. I also believe that Heaven is an awesome, fun, no-sadness, no-regret place. This book makes it out to be bad. I did like the historical fiction parts of it a lot though. E. L. Koingsburg is a very talented author.