Death Into Life
The novel is described as "an imaginative treatment of the problem of survival after death." It deals primarily with the soul of a rear gunner who is killed in World War II, and who finds himself surviving his apparent death - first as part of a spirit bomber-crew, then as part of the spirits who were killed in the battle, and so on until finally his soul becomes part of a 'cosmical spirit'. --Wikipedia.com.
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