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People can still die of disease, starvation, or violence, but the widespread elongation of life immediately creates a much bigger international crisis than Baby Boomers. Russia creates an army of eternally healthy super-soldiers, China seals itself off from the world, and the United States descends into massive class warfare. Magary uses a framing device that envisions the text as a discovery from the blog entries of John Farrell, an estate lawyer who gets the illegal procedure for the cure and keeps meticulous records afterward. As Postmortal continues, insurgent groups rise up against those who can afford the treatment, from violent street gangs who assault and disfigure the permanently young to terrorist organizations bombing the offices of doctors who perform the procedure. In four sections spaced out over the 21st century, John describes ever-diminishing resources, government impotence, and the exaggeration of human cultural extremes with resignation.

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The Postmortal by Drew Magary is a cautionary tale of what could be in store for the world if some clever scientist is able to create a cure for aging and it becomes readily available to everyone. The story is a collection of posts and tidbits posted by John Farrell in a blog type format, who starts off the story as a divorce lawyer and opts to get the cure when he is 29 years old.

The book follow John through 60 years of life in a world where most people just don't age anymore, and where there are some heavy consequences to this brave, new world. I don't want to give anything away, but this book was captivating, totally frightening and hard to put it down. Stories like these always fascinate me because the events in this book could really happen the way that science and technology is progressing.

I would highly recommend this book to anyone who enjoys reading cautionary tales of science gone wrong, along with anyone who is interested in pre-apocalyptic stories.

It really was very excellent. The Postmortal will be available in paperback and for the Kindle and Nook on August 30, Note: I received a copy of this book for review purposes. Book reviews Books Kindle library nook technology. View Comments. Sponsored Stories Powered By Outbrain. More Stories. Author: Kate Knibbs Kate Knibbs. Author: Medea Giordano Medea Giordano.

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The Postmortal by Drew Magary is a cautionary tale of what could be in store for the world if some clever scientist is able to create a cure for aging and it becomes readily available to everyone. The story is a collection of posts and tidbits posted by John Farrell in a blog type format, who starts off the story as a divorce lawyer and opts to get the cure when he is 29 years old. The book follow John through 60 years of life in a world where most people just don't age anymore, and where there are some heavy consequences to this brave, new world. I don't want to give anything away, but this book was captivating, totally frightening and hard to put it down. Stories like these always fascinate me because the events in this book could really happen the way that science and technology is progressing. I would highly recommend this book to anyone who enjoys reading cautionary tales of science gone wrong, along with anyone who is interested in pre-apocalyptic stories. It really was very excellent.

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