Sure! The Great Divorce (fiction) is about a man who, in a dream, visits Heaven and Hell. The supernatural people that he meets and surroundings he experiences are superb. You begin to see so clearly how people are so afraid, how we hang onto our “self” so desperately, and you see how debilitating that is.
It is a very different idea about what happens after you die. The typical images of the “pearly gates” with a St Peter that looks like an accountant, or the sulfuric, gaseous, fire-filled “cave” of the underworld is not at *all *what Lewis has dreamed up.
I don’t know exactly what to expect when my soul separates from my body, but this book made me begin to wonder, and imagine - like a child. As an adult though, you see the how accurate his representation of humanity is, and you see the physical world around you, and your relation to God’s magnificent creation, as quite extraordinary.
It also made me less afraid. God is not sitting up there looking down on us with contempt. He loves us and cherishes us as his children! It pleases him when we try to do good - even if we fail!