We live in a crazy world where anything is possible. Politics are upended; climate change is un-done; the stock market soars; and people concentrate only on themselves. This is a “me” world, and screw the next guy.
Suppose, just suppose, that a visitor from your past nuclear family – your grandfather – suddenly and mysteriously appears. How do you handle it? How does your grandfather handle it? I mean, here he is, from the world of 1920s New York, transported to 2017. Imagine the culture shock!
Déjà Vu All Over Again tackles this well-researched historical novel with humor and human interest, intermingled with the wonders of today.
This novel brings back a soul from the past, long dead and buried, to meet his grandson, give him advice and guide him, and see the progress made in almost 100 years.
Gary Chattman, age 70, is going about his business, still working, still wondering about the meaning of life, when he meets up with his grandfather, Nat Kornfeld, appearing as a lively 26-year-old!
Can Nat answer the questions we all yearn to ask? Is there life after death? What happens when we die? And can Nat help Gary with the direction he seeks for his life?
Gary D. Chattman is the author of seven other books: Coming of Age; If I Should Die Before I Wake; The Quixotic Teacher; My Diary: Stories Written by Teens About Jewish History; My Child Left Behind; Pennies From Heaven; and Happiness, You Came Too Late. He has been a Bar/Bat Mitzvah/Judaica teacher for over thirty years; a piano teacher; a teacher for the S.A.T.; a teacher advocate and an advocate for his students. He is also a concert pianist.
Publisher’s website: http://sbpra.com/GaryChattman