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Xlibris Corporation, Mar 1, 2006 - Fiction - 122 pages
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A tale of the inexplicable anguish arising from our technological breakthroughs, involving an idealistic method of extending life. Ramsay Graham has adopted cryogenics to enjoy success and money in his future. A threat to his life leads him to renounce his worldly success. An order against his life has been established; he seeks to buy his new body with genetics. Once resurrected, he discovers a new world where human beings wanting to deal with immortality are creating countless unnecessary replications of their own features --- dehumanizing the very first contribution life, the DNA.

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