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It was possibly the discovery of a lifetime: a drug that would reverse the effects of aging, seemingly indefinitely. The tests were all positive, first on rats, then monkeys and other large animals, and finally, on humans. It was a dream come true, the promise of a healthy, happy life, with all the benefits of the young, including energy, vitality, and sex drive, for 200 years or more. Tens of millions clamored to be among the first to take the drug. The FDA approved the drug in record time. Unfortunately that was before anyone found out about the headaches, the uncontrollable rage, and the suicides; the dream became a nightmare!
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Took a long time to get going. The relationships in the book leave a lot to be desired. Neat science behind the story. I like strong female characters, and Freddie certainly qualifies as that. This book would be best as a movie.
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All of them
Have not head Whitney Webster's voice before this book
The entire books, that I listened to in one sitting
A top audio book
Always chasing after an elixir to prolong the life; always hoping to extend the life and escape the inevitable death. This story holds true to that age old conquest. But it also holds a valuable moral. Be careful when asking for what you wish for, you may not be prepared for what you receive. The audiobook will hold you to your seat thru the very last chapter. The narrator, Whitney Webster, does a masterfully and skillful job of treating each character with a uniqueness to allow the story to take on a life that is both suspenseful and riveting with her talent. This is an audiobook listening experience not to be missed.
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