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Déjà vu All Over Again Paperback – October 7, 2011

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The author retired from professional aviation after a career spanning three decades and involving almost every aspect of aeronautical pursuits. His post aviation activities involved him in broadcast radio where he has hosted StraitTalks in the Philadelphia market since 2006. As a result of interviewing the right on air guests he was hired to write the 2008 release Weird Missouri. Weird MO has maintained categorical best seller status on Amazon and Barnes and Noble ever since its release. When not writing he is cycling through the beautiful Bucks County Pennsylvania country side where he lives with his artist wife.
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Product Details

  • Paperback: 308 pages
  • Publisher: Infinity Publishing (October 7, 2011)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0741466546
  • ISBN-13: 978-0741466549
  • Product Dimensions: 9 x 6 x 0.7 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (20 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #5,689,791 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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This fast paced action sci-fi thriller has some originality of content and style. It is one for lovers of a good Sci-fi romp, with plenty of action and a few glimpses of exciting sex. Science orientated SF fans will enjoy it if they keep their tongues firmly planted in their cheeks. One has to give one's imagination a free rein, not that there is anything wrong with that, to really enjoy this book. Strait has made very good use of the current fascination with the expiry date of a certain Mayan calendar, which certainly gives his book some current form, at least as far as the 21st December 2012.
Actually, I don't really think the passing of that date will do anything to reduce the impact of the story, as there is always another convenient date looming for the end of the Earth, or at least of Earth as we currently know it.
Projectile vomiting aside, I think this book could be the basis of a good film, though the date issue does rather reduce the time frame for this. Actually I can see an easy way around the timing issue. There is a lot of scope in Time Loop Theory. Thinking beyond my own prejudices I guess that even the excessive nature of the sickness could have a place in a film. If convincingly portrayed it could certainly add some impact.
This is a good holiday read, adequately engineered, and written in a compelling fast action style. It is also a very empowering book for the ego of men rather past their peak condition sell by date. I suspect that many women will be less convinced by both the sexual and combat prowess of the hero, again tongue-in-cheek necessary. Mind you plenty of good books rather flatter the physical attributes of the older male hero, usually it seems when we older male authors have some of ourselves in the invented characters.
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A Mayan Mathematical Matrix ... an interesting read that has life looping `round an alternate dimension. Sit down, strap in and hold onto your seat, you're in for a bumpy ride.

Watch out ... the Deja Vu bug might just get you!
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Déjá Vu definitely is not for everyone, though the premise of the novel is very promising in a way that it'll grab a lot of Sci-Fi and Time Travel lovers' attention. The plot is very fast and thrilling, and it captured me from the start with its mentions of a Mayan Empire. I love all things 'ancient' like this, so I really fell in love with that aspect. It wasn't my typical read, but I'm really glad I got a chance to try it. The characters were very well developed and made such great feats to the story-line.
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Much ado has been made over apocalyptic events & the date, December 21, 2012. Movies & books, both fiction & non-fiction, have centered around this Mayan calendar glitch.
James Strait gives us a vibrant new twist in 'Deja Vu All Over Again'. In this science fiction tale, we see the author using mathematics as a key & one genius using it to unlock an unknown world. A man, sitting at his computer, catches a fleeting glimpse of what he determines is a code. Unable to think of anything else, he launches an investigation to find someone, anyone, who can interpret what he saw. Enter Ana, the aforementioned genius. She knows exactly what it means & how crucial the information is- to the world. But, like anyone with an earth-shaking discoveryAna has her enemies, people who are jealous of her talents. These villians want Ana stopped- by any means necessary, including deadly force. Can Ana & her new friend save the world? Can they outsmart the evil chasing them?

I can state honestly that I read this book in one sitting. When I received it, I had little info as to the plot. I was very, pleasantly surprised. Some apocalyptic fiction is all fire & brimstone or just too far-fetched to appreciate. This, however, is fun & mysterious while holding on to it's sci-fi roots. There is a bit of coarse language & sexual situations, but it doesn't distract from the fabulous plot.

I loved the characters-even the 'bad' guys. I didn't see the ending coming. I love a good surprise! With rich information that you'd expect in sci-fi & quality dialogue (no filler), I was enamored to read full throttle, straight through. No one can truly tell the future, but it's easy to predict great sales for James Strait. 'Deja Vu All Over Again' left me with stars in my eyes- 5 stars for sci-fi excellence!
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December 21, 2012 is either the end or the beginning or perhaps both or maybe neither. James Strait has woven a tale bringing together ancient and post modern and nestling it in the Infinite Continuum Loop of Quantum Space which is activated by sentient human conduits.

Still with me? Maybe and maybe not. But for those of us who love Space and understand how duality is either, both and neither this story, which also includes humour and sex, is a delight!

Having read this story twice now, and enjoying it even more the second time round, I realize this will be an annual read over the winter solstice. Finally a story I can read over the ba-humbug season that helps lighten my mood with sex and violence and quantum physics and transcendence. The transcendence may be a bit of a stretch but not for us space creatures.

Well done Mr. Strait.
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