Tale of Human Bondage in the Pre-Civil War Era Gives New Perspective to Life
Fred Gaertner inspires awareness to an infinite extension that is beyond our earthly existence.
“Most readers will be interested in what Aaron says or does. He’s not just another great teacher like Moses, Jesus, Buddha or Muhammad. He is the procreator of a life-stream which includes earthlings as a tiny fraction of his total progeny,”
Enslavement, a reality that only a little over a century passed, remains as one recurring theme in current times’ well-discussed subjects. A painful part of history, we continue to witness men and women experience the effects of yesterday’s oppression in small or large form. And that’s what we will read about in Fred Gaertner’s book entitled Six Days Till Sunday.
Aaron the Wayshower, the protagonist in the story, allows us to take a look at life as part of a grand, infinite scheme, where each person is an important player. We are taken back into the backdrop of mid-1800, America’s antebellum in Gaertner’s historical fiction.
In the book, from an enslaved but impassioned man’s point of view, one will open a window to a fresh, bright perspective of life, as well as eternal life. This isn’t a novel with deities, devils, heavenly trumpets and fiery gates of hell, it serves as reminder of commitment to purpose as beings on earth with own, unique duties to fulfill while living. All this will be realized as we journey along with Prince Vada, Aaron the Wayshoer’s protégé, through his accounts in pre-civil war America. He was sent to earth in disguise as a black man under racial discrimination, with the mentorship of Aaron, Vada observes, learns, and inspires to conquer racial prejudice.
“Most readers will be interested in what Aaron says or does. He’s not just another great teacher like Moses, Jesus, Buddha or Muhammad. He is the procreator of a life-stream which includes earthlings as a tiny fraction of his total progeny,” states Gaertner.
Written in an eloquently told manner, one is certain to take a great deal of wisdom and profound new vista of the future - destiny is how you choose it. We all have power to create, to transform, and become.
If you’re interested to know more about Six Days Till Sunday, the book will be displayed at the 2015 Pennsylvania Library Association to be held from October 5 – 6, 2015 at Stage College, Pennsylvania. There will be dozens of wonderful materials from many other talented writers.
Six Days Till Sunday
Written by Fred Gaertner
Kindle | $ 5.99
Nook Book | $ 8.99
Paperback | $ 19.76
Book copies are available at www.beyondanydoubt.com, www.amazon.com, www.barnesandnoble.com, and other online book retailers.
About the Author
Fred Gaertner is a writer, philosopher, and metaphysician. In addition to his novel Six Days Till Sunday, Gaertner has other contributed published works such as Preacher Sean, Antiterrorist, and Beethoven, Then and Now, his most recent.
Next to writing, Fred also composes music dramas with his wife, Marie. Many of which are used as inspiration for the themes in his historical romances. Fred loves exploring the possibilities of life beyond earthly existence with insight and adventure using blasts back through time as vessel.
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