Thursday, September 25, 2008

The Man Who Turned Into Himself by David Ambrose

Rick Hamilton was a successful business man. During one of the most important business meetings of his career, his mind drifts off and has what seems to be a dreadful premonition of his son, Charlie, and his wife dying. Going AWOL, Rick races to the scene to find that the tables have turned. Rick opens his eyes at the scene to realize it was he who had gotten into the wreck and his life is hanging by a thread. Frantic and out of sorts, he screams for his son, Charlie, unaware that he is living in a parallel universe of his own life. Same body, same people, same thoughts, same memory, different past. With no one to believe his crazy stories of former events, not even his wife, Rick struggles to find a way out of this twisted "many worlds" parallel universe he has been thrown into.

I thought this book was a great illustration of the "many worlds" quantum physics theory. I found that parts of this book reminded me of my own writing and how descriptive and in depth it went to show every true detail of his life. Although, confusing at times, I liked this book a lot.

some sexual innuendos and deep topics.

Reviewer Age:15

Reviewer City, State and Country: , PA USA