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'A Christmas Carol' meets 'The Five People You Meet In Heaven'.


Perfect for fans of moving, emotive stories about the meaning of life and death. This is recommended as an adult novella (18+ years), and includes adult language. It also carries a trigger warning. 




Genre: Visionary / Metaphysical / Adult / Novella / September 11th 2001 / Death Fantasy


The #1 Amazon bestselling novella by E. Rachael Hardcastle. Look for the sequel, Noah Finn & the Art of Conception.


Noah Finn is about to commit suicide. He's standing on the roof of the World Trade Center's north tower when American Airlines Flight 11 crashes into the building.


Greeted by a man who calls himself Christopher Saint on a NYC subway train, Noah must learn seven lessons for the right to choose his afterlife.


It's 08:46 am.

And Noah Finn no longer wants to die.



SKU: 217537123517253

    • Publisher ‏ : ‎ Curious Cat Books; 2nd edition (1 Feb. 2018)
    • Paperback ‏ : ‎ 164 pages
    • ISBN-10 ‏ : ‎ 1999968816
    • ISBN-13 ‏ : ‎ 978-1999968816
    • Dimensions ‏ : ‎ 10.8 x 1.07 x 17.78 cm
    • Published under 'E. Rachael Hardcastle'

    As all books are signed and personalised, E. Rachael Hardcastle is unable to accept returns or exchanges.


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    “E. Rachael Hardcastle discusses the choices that we make and the unintended consequences that can sometimes occur. But, what if we had a second chance, even after we died? What would we do differently? Would we more carefully make choices, knowing that our choices have consequences for others? E. Rachael Hardcastle expertly explores the choices that we make, the unintended consequences for others, and the hope of redemption!” Paul Reeves, Impact Radio USA

    “Noah Finn and the Art of Suicide will challenge your views on mortality, religion, ethics and many more, set against a backdrop that without skilful authorship could have moved focus away from the story. To use as a background a world event that continues to shock us many years on and being able to maintain the reader's focus on the story, with its interesting characters rather than that world event per se, shows a maturity and writing ability that really impressed me. The ability to make people think and rethink strongly held principles is what separates a good storyteller from a professional author. This book, with its open structure that moves along at a good pace, does just that.” Malcolm Clarke, Durham County Councillor

    “In this novella Rachael is grappling with such philosophical issues of purpose, relationships, afterlife, faith, religion. In fact, the meaning of life and death. She does this in a very creative way for her readership.” Emma Truelove, Radio Royal UK

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