About Through my Eyes. Again. by Robert Hart
Will Johnstone’s seventy-year-old consciousness finds itself back in his twelve-year-old body as it is about to suicide – an event he remembers differently. His ‘old brain’ pulls back from the act and resumes his much younger self’s troubled life. It is soon apparent that there are yet more subtle differences between the world he remembers and the one he now finds himself in – and these differences accumulate. Through his friendship with Col, Will finds himself caught up in events at the edge of a different Cold War.
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Robert Hart was born in Nigeria (it’s a long story) but mostly lived in the UK as a child. He was educated at boarding school in the UK and then studied Aerospace Engineering at university. Upon graduation, he emigrated to Australia but has also spent several years living and working in the USA. He now lives in Brisbane with his wife, two cats and a dog. Robert loves classical music (particularly opera) and literature in several languages. He has been a glider pilot since he was 15 and loves soaring with the eagles.