And Again

And Again

Book - 2016
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In the spirit of Station Eleven and The Age of Miracles , this exciting literary debut novel imagines the consequences when four ordinary individuals are granted a chance to continue their lives in genetically perfect versions of their former bodies.

Would you live your life differently if you were given a second chance? Hannah, David, Connie, and Linda--four terminally ill patients--have been selected for the SUBlife pilot program, which will grant them brand-new, genetically perfect bodies that are exact copies of their former selves--without a single imperfection. Blemishes, scars, freckles, and wrinkles have all disappeared, their fingerprints are different, their vision is impeccable, and most importantly, their illnesses have been cured.

But the fresh start they've been given is anything but perfect. Without their old bodies, their new physical identities have been lost. Hannah, an artistic prodigy, has to relearn how to hold a brush; David, a Congressman, grapples with his old habits; Connie, an actress whose stunning looks are restored after a protracted illness, tries to navigate an industry obsessed with physical beauty; and Linda, who spent eight years paralyzed after a car accident, now struggles to reconnect with a family that seems to have built a new life without her. As each tries to re-enter their previous lives and relationships they are faced with the question: how much of your identity rests not just in your mind, but in your heart, your body?
Publisher: New York : Touchstone, c2016
ISBN: 9781501116100
Branch Call Number: FIC Chia
Characteristics: 307 pages ; 25 cm


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Jun 06, 2016

Interesting story line. Makes one start a conversation, what if I had the chance....

Not a hard read. Could share it with your upper aged teens easily, no R rated content.

Would share with a friend.

Cmlibrary_MDodds Mar 02, 2016

This book is really interesting and thought provoking. I enjoyed all four characters, and they were all very different. It makes you wonder how you would handle a second chance at living.


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