Tale of Timeless Love Through Haunting Dreams and Subtle Pushes Await...

In Rathan Kumar’s romantic thriller, “Is It Me?” (published by iUniverse), Kumar pens a tale of timeless love that is only manifested through haunting dreams and subtle pushes. To purchase and find out more about the book, visit https://www.amazon.com/Me-Rathan-Kumar/dp/0595517579.

George Waldorf is a single African American man living in Philadelphia. His life is good, except for one thing: he fears sleep. A recurring dream has continuously bombarded his peaceful slumber. As if his life was not slowly becoming ever more frightening, he meets Tina Lawler one day and quickly realizes that she, or a version of her, plays a significant role in his inescapable dream. George confronts her in hopes of getting answers, but she refuses his explanations and stories.

Hoping to discover the truth behind his dreams, George agrees to visit a parapsychologist who researches reincarnation. Being doubtful that his dreams may have a link to the past and skeptical that anything will be gained through hypnosis, George is caught off guard when he is told that his dream dates back 170 years to a small town in Georgia.

An excerpt from “Is it Me?”:
George got up from the floor, paced couple of turns; the room was still quiet, but he looked at them and said loudly, “Is it me? Was I Charley before? How could that be possible? Why did I say all those things? Am I crazy?”
“Dr. Gupta would have told you.”
Susan told him, come on George sit down and you are not crazy either. As I told you before, I have read stories like that and maybe you remembered your past life...

“A love story caught between two different centuries and two different races, ‘Is It Me?’ explores the themes of slavery, mixed marriages and love while celebrating the power of memory,” says Waldorf.

“Is It Me?”
By Rathan Kumar
Hardcover | 6 x 9in | 136 pages | ISBN 9780595510566
Softcover | 6 x 9in | 136 pages | ISBN 9780595517572
E-Book | 136 pages | ISBN 9780595620197
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble

About the Author
Rathan Kumar is a retired surgeon and lives in Philadelphia.

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