"More gosh-wow futurology than family saga: hardworking but uncompelling hype from the author of The Truth Machine (not reviewed)."
In 1988, a 63-year-old innovative doctor, Ben Smith, dies of a heart attack—but he's arranged to have his body placed in cryonic suspension, gambling that someday medical science will be able to revive him.
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"Despite the amount of time Halperin spends on Taylor's considerable difficulties, the affection he has for Taylor's music, best exhibited by the interviews with fans that are scattered throughout the book, shines throughout."
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