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October 5th, 2006
Book Review: 'The Last Mortal Man'
Howard Lovy: Here's a review from SciFi.com of the first book in what promises to be an exciting series exploring the gap between nano-enabled immortals and those who are still falling toward that out-of-fashion thing called death.
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