A Day of Immortalityby Russell Stuart Irwin
The title of this book suggests the uniqueness of its contents. Usually thought of in the context of life and death, finality and eternity, mortality is one of the most compelling words in the English language. In this story its context is that of a single day. And in that context immortality concerns a quality of seeing and a capacity for movement that eclipses mortal laws. It is conveyed in a gift governed solely by the will of its possessor.
This gift of one day of immortal passage is given to an unlikely and resistant beneficiary by the name of Zoltan Antoniadis. A media visionary, Zoltan was a man of unparalleled influence. As the velocity of his drive for success increased, so the size of his blind spot grew. It was a blind spot that held the approaching collision of two great catastrophes.
While the gift holds potential for the most extravagant of universal travels and experiences, due to his habits of self focus, Zoltans activities are remarkably pedestrian in nature. Even so, with some help from his escort, Saraph, Zoltans travels are not without exotic revelations and profound implications. Together they go on a journey of immortal passage toward a moment of eternal consequence.
From the splendor of ancient Alexandria Egypt to a modern multimedia studio and a laboratory at a major pharmaceutical company, A Day of Immortality is a journey of intrigue, suspense and redemption.\
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