Jerry Stubblefield, author, playwright

“Two thousand years from now, people don’t die; they just reboot, choosing what to remember, what to forget. The results are not always what they – or we — expect. In Dancing with Eternity, John Lowrie has imagined a richly detailed world of space travel among colonized planets by characters whose minds and bodies alike are malleable, the specs stored on the “net” and retrievable when necessary. The storytelling in this novel is lush and highly imaginative, and backed by the author’s encyclopedic knowledge of our world and his deep understanding of what makes us human.”

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