The Man Who Turned Into Himself
In the middle of an important meeting, businessman Rick Hamilton has a terrible premonition: His wife is about to die. Racing to save her, he finds her lifeless body in the road, her car crushed by a truck. The light dwindles from his eyes . . . and then she is alive again, begging for help, and Rick Hamilton no longer is himself, but another man with another life, and a different history.
Based on the "many worlds" theory of quantum physics, which posits the existence of parallel universes, "The Man Who Turned Into Himself" is a suspenseful, mind-bending mystery that addresses our deepest questions about reality, death, identity, and the mind.
Praise For The Man Who Turned Into Himself…
"Ingenious . . . A striking novel."--Los Angeles Times
"A fascinating tale . . . Poses intriguing questions about life, time, and the universe."--Library Journal
"A masterly novel and a brilliant feat of mental analysis . . . Disturbing but also exhilarating, the kind of exhilaration brought to us by a successful work of art."--Evening Standard (London)
"Highly ingenious storytelling."--Douglas Adams, author of The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy
Picador, 9780312427689, 208pp.
Publication Date: April 1, 2008