Thaddeus's effort to find meaning is meant to balance that cynicism, but it fails to do so. The book is so dark and the Afterlife is presented as so hopeless and boring (yet frightening) that one can't help but adopt the miserable perspective that dominates the earlier chapters of the book. Not that there's anything wrong with misery once in a while, and one has to applaud the creators for crafting something that has a real emotional impact on the audience. Read Full Review
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