qBrilliant...q - reader review left on Amazon. Decades ago, Zenoras brain was transplanted into a brainless clone body; a qbrainjobq of another race after a near-fatal industrial accident. He's now reached 100 years old (brain time). But his cloned body is breaking down. He seeks help from the makers of his clone but all is not what it seems. The bio company that made his body has other, secret plans for him. An epic-length (over 125, 000 words) sf, thriller, adventure. 362 pages in the print version, with elements of science fantasy.... are reversing the aging process. The findings are clear: we now have our first clinical proof that we can reverse the aging process in humans. No longer will the constant cycles of cloning, brain transfer and re-cloning be the only optionanbsp;...
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