Christian Scifi. For those who want a hyper preachy Christian book with a sense of the former Iaon Gruffudd tv show Forever… this is your book. If you liked the show and can withstand hyper preachy Christian elements, you’re still going to like this one. Or if you’ve never seen the show but the general idea of humans that can live forever after ingesting a serum intrigues you… you’ll probably enjoy this one too. Overall the story of how a group of people like this find each other and deal with the guilt of having to kill one of their own that turned into a serial killer over the decades while also struggling to uncover why some of them are suddenly aging and dying within days, the story here was well told and intriguing. Just, as mentioned, hyper preachy. Ultimately it is how a reader feels about the hyper preachy element that will likely determine just how high they rate it, for an average reader anyway. (I typically try to not let such things impact how I rate a tale unless they don’t fit within the overall structure, and here it is clear from the beginning of the text that this will be that type of book.) Recommended.