The Diary of an Immortal by David J. Castello
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
When a WWII expert and history buff writes a novel about a life-changing chemical formula that promises immortality, prepare yourself. With the first person narration of Steven Ronson, the author David Castello creates a mesmerizing tale of war, the future, and a magic formula that allows it's users to live forever. Steven seems destined to discover exactly what this magical formula is, where it originates and if it really works. With graphically written details about Steven's time on the battlefield as a medic to his playing the sax in New York City and beyond, the writing is impeccable, engrossing and leaves the reader wanting to move on through the story. Highly recommend for fans of history and fantasy as well.
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