No, but I understand that it's not a simple answer. There is no heaven, hell, reincarnation, or any fairy tale story like that. If there is, that's just crazy, and I am glad I am wrong (unless I am in hell.... that would suck).
However, humans don't understand consciousness. Consciousness is not necessarily bonded to a single life form, or, as most assume, the brain. Most people believe that the brain is what creates our identity, however the self is really just an observing stream of consciousness. There are possibilities that each mind may have multiple streams of consciousness, each thinking that they own the mind and control decisions. The brain is a bunch of neurons that react to stimuli. It is unlikely that an abstract stream of consciousness is able to manipulate them and forge decisions and instructions. Adding the possibility that each mind may have multiple observing streams of consciousness makes that theory even more unlikely.
We think we (our conscious self) make decisions for the mind, but this is likely because we know what is going on in the mind almost simultaneously as the decision and thought process is being made. However, scientists have shown evidence that decisions are determined before we are even aware of that decision. So, if the consciousness is independent from the mind and brain, then what happens to it after death?
What we do know is that the brain stops working once we are dead. Thoughts are products of the brain. Emotions are chemical reactions created by neurons within the brain as a protection mechanism to maintain survival. All that ends when the brain dies. So what is consciousness without the brain?
It is possible that we still "observe" after death, but consciousness would be completely alien to what we experience now.