One Moment in Time by Glenn Snyder

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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.
 

About Glenn Snyder

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Glenn Snyder grew up in Marin County, a few miles north of the Golden Gate Bridge and San Francisco. After graduating with an International Economics degree from UCLA, Glenn worked as a finance professional at two large financial institutions. In 2001, Glenn earned his MBA from the University of San Francisco with a double emphasis in International Business and Finance. Shortly after his MBA, Glenn pursued two of his dreams, teaching and writing, while still working full time. For five years, Glenn taught International Trade & Finance and Managerial Finance at San Francisco State University, while he also wrote the first draft of One Moment in Time. In May of 2011, Glenn published his first novel, One Moment in Time. Glenn is currently a Finance Director at a large financial services company and is working on his second novel.
 
Published August 10, 2011 by Bear Moose Press. 272 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction, Political & Social Sciences. Non-fiction

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