Saturday, November 18, 2017

"The Tomorrow Gene" by Sean Platt & Johnny B. Truant

This book is primarily centered around a man by the name of Ephraim Todd who is apparently taking a relaxing vacation at a luxurious island resort known as Eden.

Eden is most famous for a rejuvenation treatment known as the Tomorrow Gene. No one seems to know exactly what this treatment entails, but it can take years off of a person’s apparent age, making them young again. It does, however, cost half a million dollars for the treatment, making it accessible only to the very rich. It also needs to be refreshed every so often or the recipient will wind up reverting back to their actual age.

Ephraim is not actually going to Eden for the relaxing vacation that he claims he is seeking. He is actually there to find out what really happened to his older brother who had disappeared after going to Eden years earlier. He is also there is to learn everything he can about how the Tomorrow Gene treatment works.

A woman by the name of Fiona has financed his trip in exchange for this information. She owns a rival company and has set Ephriam up with a false identity to help hide his real reasons for being there. But as Ephraim soon discovers, things are not entirely as they appear on Eden, and he runs into quite a number of problems very quickly.

I really enjoyed reading this book. While I was able to guess at a few of the things going on, there were far more plot twists than I saw coming. I wish I could tell you about some of them here, but I really don’t want to spoil the story for you. I will definitely be looking forward to getting a copy of book 2 in the series to find out what happens next. It didn’t exactly end on a cliffhanger, but it really left me wanting to know where they are going with things from here. I’ll admit it, I’m hooked and I want to know more.

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