Just finished reading another book, this one called, "Sum: Forty Tales from the Afterlives."
It is pretty much what the title says: forty different (short) stories/scenarios pondering and describing what happens when we die.
All of them were written by David Eagleman, a neuroscientist currently residing just down the street from me in Houston, Texas.
The book is a quick and easy read. I won't say that it is all that thought-provoking, because I seriously cannot remember many of the stories, but it's a fun read. It's a bit like brain candy, tossing around quick shots and impressions about what happens when we die.
As an atheist, I have to say I have no idea what happens when we die, but odds are that everything (for you) simply ends. No fluffy clouds or all-day harping and singing. No virgins at your beck and call. Just. Nothing. And I'm OK with that. You should be too.