Nov 192012
 

One Moment In Time by Glenn Snyder

Paperback: 270 pages
Publisher: Bear Moose Press (February 23, 2012)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 0615546609
ISBN-13: 978-0615546605

On a stormy November evening, Jack Barrett had plans to treat his best friend Travis to a night of fine dining and jazz. As they neared their destination, a truck ran a red light, plowing through Jack’s car, and changing his life forever. Jack found a new outlook on life, and took on adventures that made him one of the world’s most admired people. With each step, Jack grew as a person and a leader; piecing together a family from different corners of the world, while risking himself and his family to save others. Jack’s impact on the world was like no other, but in the end, when the lights and the cameras were gone, what was the most important moment in his time here?
Prepare yourself for a surprising ending that questions the very nature between life and death, reality and dream.

Wow! This was a brilliantly written book. I loved reading about Jack’s life. He was such a well written, full character. It seemed he was the epitome of “The Golden Boy”. The things he accomplished were very inspiring. He never took anything for granted, he had a great sense of humor, could be a take charge kind of man, gave everything he did 100%, and had a fierce love for life and those he chose to spend his life with. I loved the relationship Jack had with Maggy, and the love they both had for Ana.

The author wrote with such a clearness that I could see the different places Jack went as if I was looking at a photo.  All the other characters were as well written as Jack was, and they were characters I won’t forget for quite a while.

As I was reading, I kept thinking that we all need to be a bit more like Jack. The book is only 270 pages, which is my kind of book, and even though it wasn’t my usual mystery/thriller, it did keep me interested and I read it rather quickly. It was just plain interesting. I wanted to see what Jack did next.

I don’t know what else I can say without giving something away, but I will say the ending blew me away!! I was not expecting it to end that way at all, and it came as quite a surprise, and am still thinking about it.

I loved this book and can’t wait to read the next one  from this author.

 

About the Author:
Glenn Snyder grew up in Marin County, a few miles north of the Golden Gate Bridge and San Francisco. After graduating from UCLA, Glenn worked as a finance professional. In 2001, Glenn earned his MBA from the University of San Francisco. For five years, Glenn taught Finance at San Francisco State University, while he also wrote the first draft of One Moment in Time, which he published in May 2011. Glenn is currently a Finance Director and is working on his second novel.

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Thanks to Teddy & Premier Virtual Author Book Tours for this review copy.

  6 Responses to “One Moment In Time by Glenn Snyder”

  1. Hi Vicki,

    Thank you for participating in the tour and introducing me to your readers. I’m truly glad you enjoyed the book.

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  3. Thanks for taking part in the tour. I’m so glad you loved ‘One Moment in Time’!

  4. Hi Vikki,

    They say that you never know what is in store for you just around the corner and one moment in time can certainly change your life forever … trouble is, we always assume that it is never going to happen to us!

    This sounds like a great book and well reviewed by you, definitely one to look out for.

    Yvonne

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