At Uncle Phil’s funeral, James Feckidee notices a curious old photograph. In it, Uncle Phil looks a good forty years younger, but the man next to him in the picture, who pumped James’s gas that evening, looks the same age as he did earlier today.
Add to that the stranger’s odd interest in James’s young son, Austin, and things couldn’t get any more alarming. Or could they? Only if a monster staked out James’s house…
Turns out this is all working toward something. But James never would have guessed what it was on the night of Uncle Phil’s funeral.
“G. T. Anders is gifted in coming up with brilliant ideas. A Chair Between the Rails combines immortality, monsters, love, adventure, and literature… perseverance is rewarded. A Chair Between the Rails will delight and surprise readers page after page and help them view reality in a whole new way.” –Portland Book Review
“…I highly recommend “A Chair Between the Rails” to anyone who enjoys the work of L’Engle, Lewis, or any other writer of that ilk. A great read for adults and teenagers alike, “A Chair Between the Rails” unites a great narrative with compelling spiritual imagination, resulting in an exciting sci-fi read that leaves a meaningful impact.” –5 Star Amazon Review