What if you are immortal and you can't die but you feel pain like anybody else? And what if you have tried everything, but still unable to unravel the mystery behind your puzzling condition? And now you have lived for more than five hundred years, but caught in the middle of a war that won't end. That is precisely the position faced by Tev Chrisini, the central character of Jennifer Bresnick's novel, The Last Death of Tev Chrisini.
To begin with, I love this book and finds little to no fault with it. I was simply held enchanted and glued to the book till I devoured the whole book. The prose was very well written, the dialogues were superb and I admired Jennifer Bresnick's handling of character. Bresnick created a world that features absorbing character, who despite the fact that he is immortal, could still be seen succeeding and facing challenges like any mortal would. For those who demand imaginative and excellent writing, characters who engage the reader both intellectually and emotionally, The Last death of Tev Chrisini is the book for you. Although it might be difficult to get through the beginning, once you managed to get yourself familiar with the places and people, you can begin to picture yourself as part of the story and begin to participate in the adventure.
All in all, the Last death of Tev Chrisini is a great book which I would recommend you reading. Hopefully Bresnick will speculate on further challenges for our hero.