Human Gods Live Forever

Human Gods Live Forever Chris Mathews puts his life on hold in the eighth millennium and leaves behind his beloved wife Leanne to join Professor Andrew Reichstein and Hailey Missentra on a ride to a slipstream at the edge of

  • Title: Human Gods Live Forever
  • Author: J.J. Co
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 453
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Chris Mathews puts his life on hold in the eighth millennium and leaves behind his beloved wife Leanne to join Professor Andrew Reichstein and Hailey Missentra on a ride to a slipstream at the edge of a black hole They plan exiting the stream a few seconds into the future to prove that time emergence is possible However, they emerge into a time beyond their reckoning aChris Mathews puts his life on hold in the eighth millennium and leaves behind his beloved wife Leanne to join Professor Andrew Reichstein and Hailey Missentra on a ride to a slipstream at the edge of a black hole They plan exiting the stream a few seconds into the future to prove that time emergence is possible However, they emerge into a time beyond their reckoning and find their worlds changed forever Chris, in particular, must decide whether to travel even farther into the future, into an infinite future, when man becomes God, and seek the missing information that will bring his wife Leanne back to him But not all is as it seems He starts questioning if the futuristic world s enigmatic Priest stands to benefit than him from his efforts And what does this mean to his friends and their survival Who can you trust in the future when the past is all you have Human Gods, Dark Matter, Galactic Love More than fiction Everything is possiblewhen man is God.

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    1. Although the science involved and the explanations provided were somewhat confusing, the characters and plot were awesome. This is one of those books where you accept the premise and then hold on for the ride because you just can't put it down until you find out what happens to the people and where they end up. Saying anymore than that would ruin the ending, but suffice it to say this is definitely worth the read. The author, J. J. Co, does an amazing job moving the plot along through various tw [...]

    2. I really enjoyed the new take on time travel and immortality. It was unexpected, but totally plausible, which is more than many sci fi novels these days. It takes some time for the story to really get going and the first perspective makes it a little hard to grasp at who is saying what. However, after a bit of a rough couple of chapters, the book takes off and you can see the great writing style come out. I would recommend this book for sci fi lovers out there.Interesting new take on the future. [...]

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