Looking Young Forever: A Hard Look at Our Future in Sci-Fi serial novel 2213:Forever Young – Double Promo

Synopsis 

2213: FOREVER YOUNG is set in a future where the problem of aging has been solved by medical science. The catch: only the ultra rich, the One Percent can afford the extremely expensive Age Prevention Program, a.k.a. APP…

KDP cover Part One rev 4 KDP cover Part Two

Part One, I WILL NOT LEAVE YOU BEHIND follows Emma, a beautiful woman who’s 122 years old and learns her time is up. She’s going to die within the next 12 hours but she’s in love with a handsome 99Percenter, a dashing Swiss ski instructor who doesn’t know how old she is. They are madly in love but she never told him how old she was. He always thought they’d age happily together…

Part Two, YOU WILL NOT TAKE MY PLACE, is about Jamie, Emma’s sole surviving relative and Jonathan, an American colleague of Emma’s at the luxury clinic. Jamie, age 30, is a 99 Percenter journalist who lives in Pasadena, California. He stands to inherit Emma’s place in the APP. Jonathan is 130 years old and his time is up. He must return to the APP Station in his hometown, in Pasadena, California, where he will benefit from an assisted painless death.  Jonathan would like to pass on his place in the APP to his lover, Alice, a young and beautiful Swiss woman and a 99 Percenter. But will his daughter Jeanie, who stands in line to inherit, allow it?

This is a serial novel with episodes exploring different facets of our future. It is done in the vein of 1984, Clockwork Orange or WOOL, that examine through plots full of suspense and adventure and enticing characters the issues that we are facing today. In the case of 2213:FOREVER YOUNG, it is the great divide that is polarizing our society, with the One Percent increasingly reaping the benefits of technological advances at the expense of the 99percent.

Dream of looking young all your life? In future, science surely will make it happen, what then? A blessing or a curse? The answer in 2213:Forever Young, an unusual science fiction serial novel described by Amazon as “hard Science Fiction” (ranked #21 as of May 11). Grab your free copy, the promotion ends on May 14!

For your free copy of Part One, I WILL NOT LEAVE YOU BEHIND click here

To get for just 99 cents Part Two, YOU WILL NOT TAKE MY PLACE click here

When the promo is over, both books return to their “natural” price of $1.99.

Since it is a serial novel, each part may be read independently although it is preferable to read them in sequence. Each episode explores different facets of our future, in the vein of 1984, Clockwork Orange or WOOL, as a way to examine the issues we are facing today. In the case of 2213:Forever Young, it is the great divide that is polarizing our society, with the One Percent increasingly reaping the benefits of technological advances at the expense of the rest of us.

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4 thoughts on “Looking Young Forever: A Hard Look at Our Future in Sci-Fi serial novel 2213:Forever Young – Double Promo

  1. Thanks so much for the great exposure, much appreciated! I’d just like to add that I think this is a general dream we all share: to look young till the day we drop dead after a long, full life of course! I’m particularly sensitive to this dream as I have an old mother getting close to 100 years, and life is not easy for her…But even in a perfect world where the problem of aging is solved, there are a series of unexpected catches and traps…which is what 2213:Forever Young is all about!

  2. Hi Claude
    I tried to claim my free copy of Forever Young Part 1 but it is only available on your link from amazon.com – the same probably goes for the $0.99 Part 2. Could you please make both available on amazon.co.uk?
    Kind Regards
    Sandra

  3. Sandra, thanks for asking and I do hope you checked the Amazon.UK site in time to take advantage of the promotion! Because I was on all and every Amazon sites across the planet (grin). In the end, most of my downloads were in the US but I did get 53 downloads in the UK, 12 in Germany, 4 in Canada, 2 in Japan and Italy, and one in France and Spain…Actually, I got a new customer review from someone based in Paris so I assume that too was an indirect result of the promotion…

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