Daniel Anderson thinks some people die heroically while others die accidentally. When Daniel's older brother, Eli, dies, he wonders which category Eli fell into. So Daniel wrote A Book of the Dead. It is a book filled with people, how they die, when they die, their last words, and most important, for what purpose did they die.
This book was a short, quick read that I really liked. It was much more interesting than what the synopsis actually said. After Eli is a book of loss and death, and it made me very emotional. The voice of Daniel was very authentic and touching, and I shed a few tears in some moments. The only negative thing about this book was that it had a slow pace and it didn't get to the point straight away. The rest of the book is really good, and I highly recommend it.