?Smart, heady, and irresistible?. Kiernan gets every element
right in this breakneck, entertaining, and thought-provoking tale
about time, mortality, the ethics of science, and the meaning of
?Booklist (starred review)
?A true page-turner, mixing cutting-edge science with an
all-too-human love story?. One of the most assured debuts in years,
a book that will stop your heart and start it again.?
?Justin Cronin, author of The Passage and
?Cinematic and moving?a delicious read.?
?Katrina Onstad, author of Everybody Has
Everything and How Happy to Be
?As thought-provoking and powerful as Flowers for
Algernon, and the writing is breathtakingly beautiful. And
that ending? Poignant, luminescent, and absolutely perfect.?
?Chris Bohjalian, author of Midwives, Secrets
of Eden, and The Double Bind