|The Terminal Man|
by Philip H. Turner
|What They Said About This Book...
Redefines ‘tour de force' -
... amounts to a disgraceful slander on the good name of our nation ...
The definitive comic novel of the Eighties. Not to be missed. Pity it didn't appear in print until the end of the Nineties.
A classic study of the psychopathology of despair ...
Book of the Year – This year, next year, every year!
This is the end -
The Blurb : Immortality is the young man's game. Life seems to go on forever in an unbroken stream that ends in the far future – certainly too far away to be of any concern. And then, one day, along comes the realization that the far future might not be all that far away after all.
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