Sci-Fi “The Man Who Can’t Die” by Jon Frankel




This is a must read for fans of Science Fiction, futuristic plots and themes. However, it did lag in a few places for me. I did not enjoy Chapters 11 & 12 at all, as I feel they just dragged along with too much description.

It was hard to connect with most of the Characters in this book as well. I seriously did not care if Dr. Ruth Bryson got caught and killed or not, but I seriously adored the character Felix.

A little bit slower paced than what I prefer, but it was still a good read. The concept itself, and the play out of that during the book makes this worth the read.

I received my requested copy from NetGalley and am giving this review at my choosing.

You can get it at this Amazon link.

I received my requested copy from NetGalley and am giving this review at my choosing.



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