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Our Future Selves-bookcover

By: Graham Dix

Our Future Selves

Pages: 250 Ratings: 5.0
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Imagine waking up inside someone else’s body, and in a different century. What would you do? How would the new world around you react to you? This is what happens all the time to Zak Emblin, an editor from 21st century Birmingham, UK, and Sarah Templeman, a prison service doctor from twenty second century New Palm Springs, USA, who are ‘reincarnaters’, connected across time by a shared soul.

Imagine you are a bright, young scientist, Carmen Fry, who stumbles across the truth behind reincarnation. All you need is a subject to prove your theory to the world, but you can’t find one. Until one day, when you are chatting online, you find Zak, and are immediately attracted to him.

This is the story of three people, caught in a love triangle, sharing a secret that no-one else will believe, that when we die we form a connection with a future self, who shares our reincarnated soul. A connection so strong that sometimes we can become that future person and they can become us. We can swap bodies across time.

Graham Dix is in his sixties, which probably seems very old to you children, but here’s the thing, he may have got older, but Graham has never grown up. He is still a child inside. He loves children’s books just as much now as when he was four, listening to his mother read Winnie the Pooh to him at bedtime. For a while, Graham read stories to children, in local libraries. One day he thought ‘I love them so much, why don’t I write one?’ And here it is, for all you children out there, grown-up ones included.

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  • Jill

    I finished reading this book yesterday and found it a real page-turner…it portrayed the bullying and psychological aspects of the characters so well. There are…very up-to-the-minute issues as well as science fiction covered.
    This theory does explain reincarnation. The multi universe idea is overwhelming and the space/time connection makes for an exciting read.

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