Yep, exactly, her prose is a great help.I had some insomnia so I started reading Bellg's book and must say that two anecdotes in and she writes well, explains herself with complete clarity and is believable. Zero woo-woo, no chatter about vibrational energies or levels or any of that. So far I prefer it to other similar books I've read. She's just relating the accounts and dos it well.
Another aspect to all this, is a phrase I've come across it a couple of times:
'not your time'
It suggests that we are here for certain purposes / experiences (also that the future may be fixed).
If it's for a purpose / experience, might it then follow that once they have occurred, that's it, our time is up, the program is ended? Unless the saga of dying is one of them.