Monday, January 25, 2021

🔬🔬🔬 REVIEW: Longevity Sequence Z by P Mattern 🔬🔬🔬


Welcome back to Black Words-White Pages!! This week I am sharing my review to Longevity Sequence Z by P Mattern!! So let's dive right into it!!!

Longevity Sequence Z
by P Mattern
Published by CHBB
Cover artist: CD Gorri

Rory McAllister and Ben Lucas are two men living the New American Dream. Doctors and best of friends, they begin a fateful collaboration targeting both a cure for degenerative diseases of old age and a search for a genetically engineered ‘Fountain of Youth’ in the form of a serum to regenerate stem cells.

Occupied with their “day jobs” at the local university hospital, Rory as an Obstetrical Surgeon and Ben as Assistant Head of Research and Development. They spend their weekends at Ben’s private makeshift lab in relentless pursuit of the Holy Grail of Medicine:

The Nobel Prize.

The pressure they are under intensifies when Millie, Rory’s widowed mother, Miz Millie, is diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease. Grappling with moral and ethical questions, both young doctors are in a race against time, and other doctors and research scientists globally involved in the same field of research.

The clock is ticking...

Both Rory and Ben are on the precipice of experiencing firsthand the truth of the old adage

“If God wants to punish you…He gives you what you ask for”!

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Like most of the books I have purchased and read by this author, this book has kept me entertained from beginning to end.

The characters in this story were amazing. I loved reading about Rory and Miz Millie. Miz Millie was a hoot to read and get to know.

The story-line was incredible. Mattern knows how to capture her audience and keep us craving for more. She added a bit of comedy, sass and some shocking scenes that made me say OMG or laugh out loud. I really enjoyed reading this book and I highly recommend it!!

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