you clone yourself—and remain yourself? A
mind-blowing trip into immortality, filled with full-body thrills, and
spectacular highs. All from a storyteller at the peak of his art. “Perry Brass
has added to the annals of gay lit.” —Book Marks.
What happens when Dr. Leonard
Miller, a leading gay bio-researcher—who is secretly addicted to “kinky” sex—is
found murdered in his laboratory, after working on a living human tissue more
than two thousand years old? And what happens when this constantly regenerating
substance brings Miller himself back to life?
Leonard Miller must ask
himself these questions, as well as who has infiltrated his laboratory to kill
him, how long will he have to live—and exactly
where does life end? Miller’s story
takes him from the sex scenes of Manhattan to
the baths of Istanbul. It deals with
religious fundamentalism and sexual ritual and release. And Miller, the
unbelieving scientist, will be driven himself to ask: Is our often suppressed
urge towards sex and our urge towards a union with God . . .
the same urge?
Once again Perry Brass’s work
fuses action, spirituality, politics, and eroticism to explore some of the
major questions of our time.