A Deja View

A Deja View

by Ned Schwartz

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Overview

What if all our memories, impressions and life experiences are imprinted into our DNA?
What if our subconscious connects with this... might this explain deja vu?
What if we inherit our parents' DNA with all this information and it becomes part of us?


A Deja View is a sci-fi journey into our DNA... involving past family secrets, current threats, future jeopardy, payback and redemption, all relying on tapping into the mysteries of our DNA.

It is the 1990's and Edison Barr has a problem... from his father's past. Unfortunately, Edison never knew his father and doesn't even know if he died long ago or has been in prison his whole life, since his mother refuses to talk about him. A rather imposing dark and menacing figure believes that Edison is in possession of information regarding the whereabouts of a cache of uber rare double eagle gold coins, believed to be long lost since the 1930's. He is just now threatening Edison and his family for that information, supposedly left to him by his father.

As the threat becomes more clear and present, Edison is forced to engage in a very risky and questionable experiment to tap into his DNA as a means to access clues to his father's life prior to his own conception, in order to find out just what happened those many years ago, before he was even born... to neutralize the very real current threat against him, his partner, their newly born son and his silent mother. These clues lead Edison on a trek of both geography and the heart while triangles of both intrigue and true love evolve before the 'truth' is uncovered and unraveled on the shores of Laupahoehoe, Hawaii, site of a devastating tsunami in the 1940's... bringing families from several walks of life to deal with the unspoken generational connection between father and son.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780997230314
Publisher: paraFlix
Publication date: 01/29/2016
Pages: 284
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.60(d)

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