Between Heaven and Earth by Steve Berger is an unorganized book with a good basic concept undeveloped. Berger seems to want to focus more on heaven inspiring Christians to act than on Heaven itself, but he also gives a very quick overview of Heaven that doesn't really satisfy. I was hoping for more of a detailed look at Heaven. And I didn't see the point of taking time to look at Heaven if it wasn't really part of what his book was about. I couldn't really find anything worth underlining in the book, either. I have trouble with books that focus on action because they make me feel guilty for not acting on gifts God has not given me. Berger's book was like that. But at least it was a fast and easy read. Still, it seemed more like a self-published book (I usually avoid those) than a book published by an actual publisher (Bethany House). I expected more based on the several Christian celebrity testimonies supporting the book. Maybe I would have enjoyed it more if the book had been more focused and organized.
*Disclaimer: I received this book for free in exchange for my honest review.