It is forty years in the future and, following decades of research and trillions of euros spent on genetics, Europe is finally in a position to rejuvenate a human being. The first subjest chosen for treatment is Jeff Baker, the father of the datasphere (whihc replaced the Internet) and philanthropist extraordinaire. After 18 months in a German medical facility , the 78-year-old patient returns home looking like a healthy 20-year-old.
Misspent Youth follows the effect his reappearance has on his friends and family - his young ex-model wife Sue, his teeenage son Tim, and his long term pals, themselves all pensioners, who are starting to resent what Jeff has become.
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Review: Misspent Youth (Commonwealth Universe)User Review - Jenn - Goodreads
I did not enjoy this book quite as much, as I have others from this author (and it seems the same reality). But for the most part it was actually the character that I didn't like, if you read the ... Read full review
Review: Misspent Youth (Commonwealth Universe)User Review - Scott James Remnant - Goodreads
Given that this book is set in the same universe as the Commonwealth Saga, I expected something more of a prequel. In fact I'm pretty sure that what I expected was an expansion of the prologue ... Read full review