THE UNIVERSE IS A DANGEROUS PLACE At seventy-five years old, John Perry is after a fresh start - so, naturally, he joins the army. Earth's military machine can transform elderly recruits, restoring their lost youth. But in return, its Colonial Defence Force demands two years of hazardous service in space. This is how Perry finds himself in a new body, crafted from his original DNA. A genetically enhanced and upgraded new body, ready for battle. But upgrades alone won't keep Perry safe. He'll be fighting for his life on the front line as he defends humanity's colonies from hostile aliens. He'll pay the price for his choices, and he'll discover the universe is even more dangerous than he imagined.aquot;But ita#39;s a lot of work to transplant every single organ, bone, muscle and nerve from a cloned body to ours. And theya#39;d still have to contend with our brains, which cana#39;t be transplanted. ... But speaking as a medical doctor, Ia#39;m having a hard time seeing how theya#39;ll reverse the aging process as dramatically as we all think they anbsp;...
|Title||:||Old Man's War|
|Publisher||:||Pan Macmillan - 2011-02-04|