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I liked the book. It was exactly what I expected. Cryonics was the vehicle of the story or rather it was what the author hung his hat on. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Mark Podeszfinski
Lots of food for the imagination, and some not so subtle warnings. This should be read by any member of Red Sox Nation, or anyone who loves baseball.Published 7 months ago by skip2go
I really wanted to like this book. I think the idea is great and Spitzer sets the stage well at the start, As someone who is a baseball, red sox and scifi fan I really enjoyed the... Read morePublished 16 months ago by gerardo perez giusti
Huge Ted Williams fan. The author did a good job of maintaining a positive image of him in spite of the negative image some may have concerning his current state. Enjoyed it!Published 17 months ago by kindleman
Enjoyed it very much --except for the profanity. I think it was special because I saw him in person once at Crumps Restaurant on the River in Homosassa, FL.Published 23 months ago by Audrey P. Premetz
This book is fine if you like baseball and science fiction. I still have not finished though so it has not kept my interest enough to continue reading it.Published on June 12, 2013 by slast
Rating: 4 of 5 stars - very good
When baseball legend Ted Williams died in 2002, his son John Henry wanted to preserve the DNA that made him one of the... Read more
Conceptually interesting, well written, and intriguing. One does not have to be a baseball fan to enjoy the story, although having some baseball knowledge would help one to fully... Read morePublished on April 10, 2013 by Richard
As a lifelong lover of novels in general and SF in particular, I hope Bruce Spitzer writes more books...this is one beautiful story. Read morePublished on February 26, 2013 by Puna J