SYNOPSIS: Book 1 in the Unable to Die Series. This series is complete and available now! A breathtaking odyssey about a man who can’t die, because of a parallel universe theory that just might hold true for our world.
At ninety-one, Michael Haynes finds his terminal cancer diagnosis a relief.
He’s ready to move on from this world. In fact, he’s convinced his death will make things better for his children, providing both financial ease and closure for a long-ago event that still haunts them all.
But just when he thinks he is finally shuffling off, Michael wakes from a coma to find he has undergone a miraculous new procedure and his time here is far from over.
As his condition piques the government’s interest, Michael begins to discover a shocking secret about how the universe works. Instead of solving everything with his death, he must contend not only with continuing to live indefinitely but also with stopping his family from tearing itself apart.
REVIEW: I was completely engulfed in this work, so much so, it was finished before I knew it, leaving me grasping for more… a rare feat of any book.
Consequently, I’ve just ordered the whole series… How could I not give it five stars after that?
The story pulls you into the world of, Michael who at a ripe old age is ready to die… In fact, he wants to so he can be reunited in death with his wife. However, through the advances of modern medicine, he is denied even that…
I’ll say no more except, the writing is brilliant, the characters are well developed, the story believable, and original. I loved getting to know, Michael’s family along with all their good and bad traits, but even that didn’t prepare me for the ending!
It’s just fascinating!
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