New TWILIGHT ZONE Book Will Help You Live a Better Life With Lessons From the Classic Series
I've said it before and I'll say it again, Rod Serling's The Twilight Zone is one of the greatest TV shows of all time. This is a series that I never get tired of watching, and I'm constantly blown away by Serling's vision of the world and where he saw it headed.
If you're a fan of The Twilight Zone there's a new book coming out that is a must have. It's called Everything I Need to Know I learned in The Twilight Zone: A Fifth-Dimension Guide to Life. It's a self-help book that uses lessons learned in the Twilight Zone universe to help you live a better life.
The book was written by Mark Dawidziak and this is the description:
Can you live your life by what The Twilight Zone has to teach you? Yes, and maybe you should. The proof is in this lighthearted collection of life lessons, ground rules, inspirational thoughts, and stirring reminders found in Rod Serling’s timeless fantasy series. Written by veteran TV critic, Mark Dawidziak, this unauthorized tribute is a celebration of the classic anthology show, but also, on another level, a kind of fifth-dimension self-help book, with each lesson supported by the morality tales told by Serling and his writers.
The notion that “it’s never too late to reinvent yourself” soars through “The Last Flight,’’ in which a World War I flier who goes forward in time and gets the chance to trade cowardice for heroism. A visit from an angel blares out the wisdom of “follow your passion” in “A Passage for Trumpet.” The meaning of “divided we fall” is driven home with dramatic results when neighbors suspect neighbors of being invading aliens in “The Monsters Are Due on Maple Street.” The old maxim about never judging a book by its cover is given a tasty twist when an alien tome is translated in “To Serve Man.”
The book is currently available for pre-order on Amazon, and I've already ordered myself a copy. At a time where it seems like we are currently living in The Twilight Zone, having a book like this to help navigate through life doesn't seem like a bad idea!