The year is 2080. And life is brutal - even for the rich. Alexander Logos is the Edison of his age. But all his brilliant innovations can't save him from the the terrors of new medical advances - and the obscene pact between his daughter and his wife. This near-future saga presents a future you never imagined. And follows the techniques of life-extension to its logical, and ironic, conclusion! More
It's the brutal 2080s. And technology's turned feral. Enter a denuded overpopulated world where a corrupt, decaying society faces cataclysmic war and where remarkable scientific advances are available only to the rich. The white hope in this disaster is Alexander Logos - an innovator with vast enterprises and part of a cartel of shadowy world leaders.
His Research Lab does work for the Pentagon and CIA. And 'Everyoung', his secretive medical conglomerate, dispenses 'permayouth' for billionaires. Enter Don West, a hard up science journalist hired to write Logos Corp propaganda. But West gets too involved. He becomes obsessed with one of Logos's twin daughters.
And this draws him into the dark side of the family and its outrageous projects. What would you sacrifice to stay young? This grim SF explores the emerging sciences of nano and bio-tech, artificial intelligence, xenotransplantation, stem-cell seeding, human cloning, tissue banks and robotics. (95,000 words)