G. Scott Eldredge


The Last Point of View

What if you changed everyday but only your wife knew how? And what if she changed and only you knew what was different? What if you didn't see eye to eye anyhow?

The Last Point of View explores “you’re not the person I married” with dark humor. The microwave-sized time machine George built has a side effect—it changes he and his wife Kay, their differences perceivable only to the other person. Seduced and alienated by its benefits, they struggle in a marriage that was shaky before it became unstable. Like a recipe with too much salt, attempts to fix their relationship only make it worse, until in one last desperate attempt, George accidentally drives it out of existence. His new life holds promise, but ultimately George wants what he destroyed, and he finds a way to recreate it.

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