After researcher Mason Brooks invents a dream-the-future machine, he uses it to amass riches in stocks and gambling and to impress the young and comely Monica Westfield. But then he starts dreaming, and avoiding, his own death with increasing frequency. Death is seemingly imminent. The various lethal dreams share only one common component: the presence of a complete stranger, Paul Fontana. Now Brooks and Fontana are linked in an enigmatic death dance. Desperate to solve the mysterious bond, Brooks invites Paul into his home. Throw in a gun, a love interest, Sigmund Freud, and a prophetic golden bracelet, and things get interesting. This is Deja vu at its most devastating.
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The review of this Book prepared by Christopher Bonn Jonnes