Einstein's Shutter by Vincent Yanez

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Einstein’s Shutter is a whirlwind journey into a decade of one man’s life, in New York City, during what turns out to be one of the most horrific times in U.S. History. It’s also a story about redemption, reincarnation and ultimately it is a story of the power of the human spirit in a man, and a city, finding the strength they need to rise again after the attack on 9/11. Einstein’s Shutter is also a comedy, a romance novel and ultimately a memoir of one life, amongst millions, in the greatest city in the world. This version of Einstein's Shutter was revised in May of 2014. (Author's Note: Nothing in the book has been added or omitted, I merely incorporated the Epilogue into the book so that the book ended as I had originally intended.)

About Vincent Yanez

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Vincent Yanez was born in a small mining town in the Arizona desert. His previous books include Einstein's Shutter, iQuit: The Book of Job(s), Beware the Alley Fonts as well as books of short stories, political humor, comic illustrations and photography. For more information on past and future books, please visit his website - TheMessyGlory.com or his Facebook page - Author Vincent Yanez
Published January 9, 2012 by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. 376 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Religion & Spirituality, Self Help, Humor & Entertainment, Travel. Non-fiction

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