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In How Like a God, Rob Lewis gave his friend Edwin Barbarossa the Pearl of Immortality that had once belonged to Gilgamesh. Seven years later, the space shuttle ferrying Edwin home from a stint on the new moon colony catches fire. Everyone dies except Edwin. First he's hailed as a hero. Then he disappears. It's up to Rob to rescue him from the man who will stop at nothing to take the secret of immortality for himself.

Part political thriller, part fantasy, part near-future SF, part family drama, Doors of Death and Life is both exciting and thoughtful, a literate excursion into X-Files territory.

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The Doors of Death and Life
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Fun followup
May 8th, 2015
This was a fun sequel to Clough's earlier novel How Like a God. Not as action driven, Clough does a good job exploring the moral questions of having ultimate power. Great if you read the first one---- I expect a lot of details ere would be hard to follow without having read How Like a God first.
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