Chiller - Sterling Blake Reviews
Description:ISBN 0553093762 / Genre: Crime / Thriller
Newest Review: ... than to see the company he works for, Immortaility Incorporated, go under. The Reverend Montana is their most outspoken ... more
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by - written on 01/10/11 (Very useful, 28 readings)
Chiller is the debut novel from Sterling Blake, a pseudonym of established Sci-Fi author Gregory Benford, and tells the story of the future of Cryonics; the science of freezing the bodies of the recently dead so that they can be defrosted and restored to life at a much later date.... Dr.Alex Cowell is at the forefront of Cryonics, working closely with his Medical colleagues to provide a service for those with the money to afford it. But there are plenty who see Cryonics as an abomination and would like nothing more than to see the company he works for, Immortaility Incorporated, go under. The Reverend Montana is their most outspoken adversary who preaches the ... Read the complete review
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