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The Man Who Turned Into Himself

David Ambrose

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Paperback (7/1/1995)
Paperback (4/1/2008)

Description

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)

"Compulsive."--GQ

"Highly ingenious storytelling."--Douglas Adams, author of The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy

Picador, 9780312427689, 208pp.

Publication Date: April 1, 2008



About the Author

David Ambrose studied law at Oxford University and has worked internationally in films, theatre, and television. He is the author of "Coincidence "and "The Discrete Charm of Charlie Monk." He lives in Switzerland.