John Lennon is ALIVE!
In this controversial epic adventure, 40-year-old John returns through a wrinkle in time on December 8, 2020. He finds the world embroiled in religious, environmental and political turmoil.
Our time-travel action-adventure melds history, fact, fiction and fantasy to remind us that love is the future.
Imagine the legendary John Lennon adjusting to astounding futuristic technology; meeting his grandson in 2060 on the day of the apocalypse; organizing a Beatles reunion; traveling into space with Branson's Virgin Galactic; writing music with Paul again; reacting to the destruction of the Twin Towers; and meeting with Trump!
John's reappearance is fantastical, but Yoko and his grown sons recognize him immediately as the real deal. Follow him on his poignant, humorous and world-altering escapades as he continues his quest for peace. This page-turner is always thought-provoking.
|Publisher:||United We Rock, LLC|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.64(d)|
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Just imagine time traveling with John Lennon! What a ticket to ride! I’m a BIG Lennon fan, and this was one of the coolest stories I ever read. A must-read for every Beatles fan. Some of the plot isn’t linear because it’s a time-travel epic. Every chapter was an adventure on its own. The underlying theme of peace and love on every level – family, community and the world – ties it all together. The book is beautifully descriptive and easy to read, but slow down so you won’t miss all the twists and turns, and clues. The story is like a puzzle and everything gets answered. If a wrinkle in time brought John back to us, these are the things he really would be doing – it was so believable. The time travel fantasy aspect of Saint John Lennon reminded me of the Twilight Zone TV series – there was always a hook at the end of every chapter. If you like the feel of sci-fi movies like “Soylent Green,” or “Somewhere in Time,” you’ll love this book too. About ¾ of the way into the book there’s a twist that is every Lennon fan’s fantasy. It’s hard for me to choose my favorite scenes because there are so many, but I really loved a funny Saturday Night Live appearance, Ringo’s reaction when he meets John, a futuristic scene of John meeting his 87 year old son Julian, and John seeing NY City from the statue of liberty after devastation from global warming. I loved the way it ended. A big question from an earlier chapter was answered and it was uplifting. Read this when you can give it 100% of your attention.