The Man In The White Suit

The Man In The White Suit You are given the power to return to the past and re experience any three hour periods of your life You can simply re experience the moments that gave you the most pleasure Or you can change the ou

  • Title: The Man In The White Suit
  • Author: Perry Martin
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 246
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • You are given the power to return to the past and re experience any three 24 hour periods of your life.You can simply re experience the moments that gave you the most pleasure.Or you can change the outcome of those things you most regret.Where would you go What would you change A mysterious man in a white suit has just given CARL BECKER that opportunity.Where will he go You are given the power to return to the past and re experience any three 24 hour periods of your life.You can simply re experience the moments that gave you the most pleasure.Or you can change the outcome of those things you most regret.Where would you go What would you change A mysterious man in a white suit has just given CARL BECKER that opportunity.Where will he go What will he change And what does The Man in the White Suit want in return

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    1. A Suit by Any Other Color.----------------------------------------Martin has created another unique, emotionally fulfilling book in this one. The difference is that in this tale he injects a very real, very tasty "intellectual" element as well. I don't mean "intellectual" in the strict academic sense; I mean the story challenges interesting thought while it's feeding the heart. I found myself imagining being in the protagonist's shoes, postulating what I might do here, what there. (I also found [...]

    2. I truly enjoyed The Man In The White Suit. The story concept is what enticed me buy it. I took my time reading it, losing myself in the beauty of the author's voice, descriptions and the characters’ emotions. Once inside the pages, I admired the way Perry Martin unfolded this story and introduced his characters. The story gave me the sensations of creamy butter across warm toast: So heartwarming and comforting as the storyline flowed seamlessly throughout. I immediately fell in love with Carl, [...]

    3. Fresh, gripping and timely, Perry Martin's "The Man In The White Suit" is the perfect post-modern novel. With its delicate handling of themes such as isolation, regret, and realization, the novel stands on its own as an interesting read.The story is not the strongest component of the novel. Martin's words tell the story of an average man named Carl Becker. Becker is the every day person: set in routines, set in a bitter consternation, and seemingly in control of his life. When the titular Man in [...]

    4. I found this book very special, and I was glued to the story. The beginning of the book was rather sad as the main character, Carl's life was full of tragedies. Nevertheless, the man in the white suit was pretty much an angel who gave Carl a second chance to turn things around. The love between Carl between Suzanne was unconditional and it can inspire the readers to treasure our friendships. In fact, some true friends can well better than blood relationships. The ending was tear-jerking but very [...]

    5. This book was very interesting. I think most people have something they might want to change in their life if given a chance. I am not sure I would only because you never know the price. This book was very fun to read for me and I enjoyed following along to see what happens next. * I received this book from the author in exchange for an honest review*

    6. A story of regrets and longing to repair what had gone before. And as the emotions rise within you, you can't but hope for the best. Do you get it?

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