Jeff Winston is a middle aged man who has a heart attack and wakes up twenty-five years earlier in the past. He awakens to discover he has the knowledge of the future and only he seems to remember it. Along the way he changes history and makes thought provoking choices and meditations on those choices.
He dies again at the same age twenty five years later and has to relive it all again. After a while these cycles, or replays, begin to drive Jeff over the edge. Later he connects to another replayer as they have a beautiful affair throughout time.
There is a problem with the fact that every replay shortens and Jeff's attempts to understand the replay anamoly with the other replayer he loves gets frustrating and puts them at odds at times.
They make the most of their time together and form an amazing bond.
Their is a fear that when the replays play out that the cycle will end and Jeff will die for good. He won't know until the end and either will the reader who will definitely be compelled by this fascinating and thought provoking book.
This report prepared by Darren DeBari
At forty-three, Jeff Winston feels trapped in an unhappy marriage and dead-end job. Then one day he suffers a fatal heart attack -- only to awaken in 1963 as his eighteen-year-old self with all his adult memories still intact. Armed with his financial knowledge of the next twenty-five years, Jeff "replays" his life as a hedonistic playboy. Everything is perfect -- until Jeff turns forty-three again, dies, and finds himself back in 1963. As Jeff ponders the possibilities of multiple lifetimes, he encounters another "replayer" and attempts to discover the secret behind "replaying" -- and its purpose.
This report prepared by Michael Jung
Jeff Winston, 43, has just died of a heart attack. However, instead of 'resting in peace' he becomes a 'replayer', that is, someone who repeats his life over and over again. While Jeff replays his life, he makes different changes in it along the way, and discovers how his life before he died plays a part in the life that he keeps reliving.
This report prepared by Debra Kelley