A #bookreview of John W. Howell’s ETERNAL ROAD

Ciao, amici! I’m ashamed to admit how long this one took me to post. And wish it hadn’t. Because I enjoyed it so much once I finally had a chance to sit down with it and read it.

The following is my review of John Howell’s Eternal Road: The Final Stop.

My Review:

Rating: 5 out of 5.

Talk About A Wild Ride

Author John W. Howell took the concepts of “the road to our eternal home” and “our final stop” quite seriously when he penned this afterlife journey novel. And it was an adventure quite unlike anything I’ve read in quite a long time—kind of Kerouac meets What Dreams May Come. 

There’s love and hope in this novel, but there’s also danger and warning. The paranormal and metaphysical elements are necessary vehicles for the story, but the author doesn’t turn the tale into a religious one. It’s definitely an adventure.

The characters of Sam and James are well-developed and engaging, and the times and places they visit are equally fascinating. 

If you’ll forgive the pun, this story was well worth the ride.

I happily give this tale five stars.


I don’t know if you’ve had the pleasure of reading this one yet, but if you haven’t, I suggest you check it out. And if you have, I encourage you to share your thoughts below. This is a story deserving of a few shout-outs.

Grazie!

97 thoughts on “A #bookreview of John W. Howell’s ETERNAL ROAD

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  2. Thank you for the lovely review, Staci. Even a mention of Jack Kerouac near Eternal Road sends me in a heavenly trance. I’m so glad you enjoyed the story because at the end of the day that is the most important thing. I have to send you a virtual hug for making my day. I’m sorry I was late getting here but it was so worthwhile when I did. 🤗

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  3. I Loved, Loved, Loved this book! John gave me a lot to think about. All the “what ifs” crowded my thoughts. None of us know what the afterlife will be like and this is as plausible as the next theory. Thank you for sharing your review, Staci. I highly recommend this book!

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