The Methuselarity Transformation

  • by Rick Moskovitz
  • Narrated by Adrian Rosen
  • 8 hrs and 3 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Imagine a future in which consciousness can be exchanged between bodies and the wealthy old can pay the young to die for them. Raymond Mettler, a man whose unrelenting terror of dying prevents him from living, is given just such a shot at immortality. Marcus Takana, a desperately poor young man accepts a future contract for Ray's mind to take over his body upon Ray's death in exchange for fabulous wealth, enduring youth, and unprecedented knowledge. Both men guard the secret of their grim pact in a world at the brink of environmental catastrophe because of a genetics experiment gone horribly wrong.


What the Critics Say

"Full of twists and turns and packed with action from beginning to end, the book is a fresh and innovative offering in the science fiction genre... The Methuselarity Transformation is an engaging story that is a great deal of fun to read. The writing is intelligent and creative, the story is new and different, and the characters are complex. Science fiction enthusiasts will find much to be excited about in the pages of this book." (ForeWord Clarion Reviews)
"The Methuselarity Transformation is a riveting read and establishes Rick Moskovitz as a master of the science fiction genre. Deftly crafted characters woven into a truly imaginative and complex story, The Methuselarity Transformation is solidly entertaining and is very highly recommended for personal reading lists and community library collections." (Midwest Book Review)
"The Methuselarity Transformation feels like vintage sci-fi, tackling hard questions like social equality, economic disparity, and the consequences of genetic tinkering by crafting a human narrative around them...Moskovitz's social commentary and scientific insight add a timeless quality to the book...The Methuselarity Transformation is socially conscious sci-fi, something we could use more of these days." (San Francisco Book Review)


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Book Details

  • Release Date: 06-27-2014
  • Publisher: Richard Moskovitz