Book Depicts World with White Slavery & Bondage of 19th c. America
“Six Days Till Sunday” by Fred Gaertner is filled with human empathy and gripping narrative of life as a slave and is to be featured in 2015 Pennsylvania Library Association on October 4-7, 2015 in State College, PA.
Gaertner aims to answer existential questions and the mysteries of mankind’s place in the universe.
Fred Gaertner’s Aaron the Wayshower is the hero of a series of novels that begin with “Six Days Till Sunday.” He is the creator of human life and serves as a guiding hand for mankind, so when he sees the cruel institution of slavery in America’s antebellum period, he sends a prince from Earth’s sister planet to experience life as a black slave in hopes of inspiring people to abolish human bondage.
Gaertner aims to answer existential questions and the mysteries of mankind’s place in the universe. “To read this book is to open wide the door to a new perspective of ‘Eternal Life’,” Gaertner says. “No angels, archangels, heavenly trumpets; simply an infinite extension of life (as we know it on Earth).”
Apart from the existential concerns that Gaertner seeks to illuminate, “Six Days Till Sunday” also sheds light on a crucial injustice that still haunts our world to this day: slavery. The book remains hopeful to the very end, sending readers the message of unifying disparate racial groups to create a harmonized society and people who understand each other.
Aaron the Wayshower also appears in Gaertner’s second novel, “Preacher Sean, Antiterrorist.” The sequel takes Aaron to Northern Ireland in 1989 to combat the grim reality of Christians killing other Christians in the name of Jesus Christ.
About the Author
Fred Gaertner, along with his wife Marie, is one-half of a team of composers and music dramatists. Fred writes the novels upon which their music dramas are based. Their goals are to inspire, entertain, inform, and uplift.
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