The Man Who Refused to Die

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Nobody wants to grow old but what would you give for the chance of eternal youth?

In this gripping novel an ambitious scientist sets out to prove that ageing is a 'disease' that can be cured - a quest that has devastating consequences.

Based on contemporary scientific developments, The Man Who Refused to Die confirms that today's medical fiction may soon be tomorrow's medical fact. More

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About Alan Thomas

Dr Alan Thomas is a technical and fiction writer based in the UK. He is a graduate of the University of Liverpool and of the Open University of Great Britain where he studied the social and behavioral sciences. He lives with his wife in Cheshire.

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Review by: mary gorman on July 18, 2013 : star star star star star
What a thoughtful and challenging book so beautifully written. It is very difficult to ignore the curiosity the writer brings to the question of ageing and with it a surge of excitement for the possibility of a "cure". It is a gifted writer who has managed to interweave reason with reverence and Alan Thomas has managed to do just that. The continuum of memories of Russia passed to the son from the father opened up a swarm of emotions which helped to reconcile the seemingly irreconcilable.

A read not to be missed. Excellent
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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