The Immortalists by Gabriel David

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He was a hedonist and a misogynist, a cynic and a narcissist. But that all changed when, on a seemingly regular day, in a seemingly normal tone, his “uncle” told him that he was immortal. The Immortalists is a story of one man’s life and his transformation from materialism to spiritualism. It is an enlightening tale that shows how one man, against seemingly insurmountable odds, can make a difference in the lives of millions. Follow along on a journey that will illuminate the beauty and power of human compassion and morality.

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Published January 9, 2012 by 160 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Both men believed that science would allow humanity to “create a race of giants who could leap 200 yards into the air and live forever.” They also believed that only the best and brightest should be allowed to reproduce, a view that prompted their disastrous foray into the realm of politics and s...

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All the family Izzy has is his grandfather’s friend, Uncle Jack, who meets with him at a Starbucks the summer after college to play chess, ogle the busts of coeds from Rhode Island School of Design and Brown, and for Uncle Jack to tell Izzy his secret—he’s immortal.

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And after Lindbergh's son was kidnapped in 1932, Lindbergh found the institute to be a place of refuge.When the two men focused on the mechanics of pumps, experimental operating room machines and science, much of what was achieved was admirable.The problem was that Carrel and Lindbergh moved away...

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