Jeff Horton Opens Up a New Dimension to the Science-Fiction Genre by Uncovering the Impacts of Groundbreaking Technology on the Humankind with His Latest Book “Eternity”
Following the story of a genius scientist, Dr. David Winters, who possesses the ability to make the impossible possible, the book builds upon the concept of eternal life.
David’s intellect is far beyond anything a normal man can imagine. He was able to develop fully-functioning nanites, something that was only believed to exist in science-fiction movies. But the most astonishing part of all is that he was able to achieve it at the age of 30. A milestone that could easily take any other scientist all the years of their life to reach. The tiny, microscopic machine was able to enter the human body to aid with various medical conditions, including fighting cancer, mending broken bones, and healing wounds.
Five years after the success of nanites, David decides to work alone and work on something far more powerful that can change the course of humanity; Eternity. It is a groundbreaking discovery that can potentially unlock the key to extending human life indefinitely.
Still, in the trial phase, David was able to develop a vial. Things take a turn when in an absent-minded state, he accidentally takes the vial home. David’s father mistakes it for his medication and ends up injecting himself with it, which results in an incredible metamorphosis. After seeing the success of his work, David starts handing out samples of Eternity to anyone and everyone, that too for free. But will this discovery be the start of new beginnings, or will it make humanity crumble under the weight of eternal life?
“Eternity” is a compelling and thought-provoking science fiction that isn’t pure fantasy. The book will have readers questioning the impacts of technology on humankind and Earth itself. Now you can find “Eternity” on Amazon in digital and physical formats. Grab a copy now!
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