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Author: Benjamin L. Darcie,Kyle Mills
ISBN: 1455839884
Publisher: Brilliance Audio; Library edition (December 6, 2011)
Language: English
Category: Thrillers & Suspense
Size ePUB: 1242 kb
Size Fb2: 1898 kb
Size DJVU: 1576 kb
Rating: 4.9
Votes: 236
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Subcategory: Mystery

e-Book The Immortalists epub download

by Benjamin L. Darcie,Kyle Mills

Kyle Mills (Author), Benjamin L. Darcie (Narrator), Brilliance Audio (Publisher).

Kyle Mills (Author), Benjamin L. Get this audiobook plus a second, free. Recently I have read a few books by authors who excel in their normal genre but seem to have run out of ideas and unsuccessfully change to different types of plot, sometimes with themes. Kyle Mills has done this with "The Immortalists" - it is not one of his best works, but I am still a long term fan of his work. 9 people found this helpful.

Kyle Mills: The myth of the fountain of youth is one of the oldest and most widespread in history, with writing on the .

Kyle Mills: The myth of the fountain of youth is one of the oldest and most widespread in history, with writing on the subject dating back before Christ. The one thing that all those stories and elaborate quests had in common was that they were nonsense-just another example of our superstitious nature.

Kyle Mills (Goodreads Author), Benjamin L. Darcie (Performance). The Immortalists (Audio CD). Published December 6th 2011 by Brilliance Audio. ISBN: 1455839876 (ISBN13: 9781455839872).

Written by Kyle Mills. Narrated by Benjamin L. Darcie

Written by Kyle Mills. Darcie. This year I read too many wonderful books to name all of them here, but some highlights were: Katie Kitamura’s intoxicating A Separation, which is such a wild and yet disciplined exploration of the idea of the traveler and of grief.

THE IMMORTALISTS THE IMMORTALISTS KYLE MILLS The characters and events portrayed in this book are fictitious. No part of this book may be reproduced, or stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording, or otherwise, without express written permission of the publisher. Published by Thomas & Mercer.

The Immortalists book. The Immortalists is my first book by Kyle Mills. What would you do to save the life of your child?It’s a question. I chose this one first (even though he's better known for his "pure" spy-thrillers) because I was curious about the medical aspect of this novel. In it, the protagonist is a "genius" scientist whose daughter has a very rare genetic disease that he sets out to cure, while also trying to figure out why other scientists studying similar diseases are being killed off.

Narrator Benjamin L. Darcie, By (author) Kyle Mills. Free delivery worldwide.

Written by Kyle Mills, Audiobook narrated by Benjamin L. Soon, Krupin's illness becomes serious enough that he needs a more dramatic diversion, prompting him to invade the Baltics. Desperate to understand what's causing Krupin's unusually erratic behavior and Russia's aggressive moves in the region, America begins working with Russia's disgraced prime minister to stage a coup.

He rolled and slammed into something that felt like a submerged log, confused for a moment as to which way was up. That son of a bitch! pel brackish water from his lungs. You did almost stab him to death, Carly pointed out, grabbing hold of him for stability as another set of waves hit. I don’t think you should have been looking for any favors.

Kyle Mills delivers the kind of thriller that sends chills straight down the reader's spine, the kind grounded in the realm of the possible. When a conspiracy decides to solve America's drug problem by poisoning the cocaine and heroin supply, Laura Vilechi, head of the FBI narcotics division, and maverick FBI agent Mark Beamon, race to stop the deadly plot despite what their superiors, closer to the White House, want to happen. Robert Ludlum's bestselling Covert-One series continues with an exciting new novel by New York Times bestselling author Kyle Mills. An attack on a Japanese warship brings Japan and China to the brink of war.

Microbiologist Richard Draman thought he’d answered this question when he walked away from his career to focus on curing a genetic defect that causes his daughter to age at a wildly accelerated rate. Just when Richard and his wife Carly force themselves to recognize that eight-year-old Susie’s time is running out, they receive an unexpected gift ― startling new research into the fundamental secrets of life that could be the answer to their prayers. When Richard is accused of stealing the research that was sent to him, he takes his family on the run, seeking out a retired special forces operative and old friend to help dig up the truth behind the controversial experiments. Determined to either save Susie’s life or die trying, the Dramans plunge into a bloody conflict between two powerful factions vying for control of a discovery that could change the face of humanity.
I was unfamiliar with Kyle Mills as an author until I downloaded this book as a daily special on Kindle. but I was blown away.

With all of the scientific reality of Robin Cook, and all of the suspense of Dean Koontz, Kyle writes a story as believable as the headlines of today's news. In this story, Richard Dramun has invested his life in finding a cure for progeria, a battle he faces each day in the eyes of his own daughter. But the implications of finding a cure for this childhood disease go far beyond simply looking at the premature aging of these children, into the structure of aging itself.

When Richard is approached by the husband of a colleague who died in an apparent suicide, he begins to unravel a plot hiding the possibility of an actual cure to progeria and the end of aging.

From the moment he steps onto this path there is no turning back, and as he proceeds he has to make decisions concerning friendship, love, and the meaning behind life itself. What would he be willing to give up for a cure?

Well worth reading! I love finding great authors!
The plot of this book has quite a lot of potential, however, it seems to be squandered. How a dedicated couple with very few resources flits about the globe and live on the run for a considerable time, really strains the credulity of the reader. This is accented by gaps in the story that offer no explanation as to how all this is accomplished. There are only a few action scenes in the book, and these are relatively mild. All the loose ends are too neatly tied up in the epilogue in a few paragraphs, with little sense of closure. Not at all a grabber..
Kyle Mills has been one of my favourite authors for many years for his political crime thrillers - "Fade" was one of my favourites. This latest book takes him into slightly different areas with a thriller about a search for anti-ageing treatments for both a young child who ages prematurely and a group of very rich and powerful men who want the treatment to regain their lost youth.

Recently I have read a few books by authors who excel in their normal genre but seem to have run out of ideas and unsuccessfully change to different types of plot, sometimes with unbelievable/fantasy themes. Kyle Mills has done this with "The Immortalists" - it is not one of his best works, but I am still a long term fan of his work.
Kyle Mills became one of my favorites with his ghost writing of Vince Flynn's Mitch Rapp series; but this early work is not his best. Exciting, fast paced with the requisite of bad characters and a good protagonists. Entertaining, but well worn theme. Fortunately, he's learned a lot since 2011, this book's publishing date.
I absolutely loved this book. Who doesn't want to find the fountain of youth?

Our hero, a brilliant but struggling microbiologist Richard Draman is trying to find a cure for the rare disease progeria. His eight-year-old daughter, Susie, suffers with the radically aging disease. The story becomes very involved when Richard is given a flash drive by the widower of a colleague who supposedly committed suicide but the husband thinks otherwise.

As he discovers the information on the thumb drive and the data she was working on, he and his family go on a whirl wind adventure running and hiding from those who would kill them all. Apparently, Richard manages to find a serum which he injects into his daughter and soon notices her improvements. I don't have a scientific background so I can't judge the material used to come to the conclusions in the book. However, I was fascinated with it and thrilled when young Susie stops aging and the story leaves us all wondering and hoping, and praying for a real "shot" of realism.

I thoroughly enjoyed this book.
Kyle Mills is sooooo good!! Fun writing and plots that really getchya thinking. The king of the ''What If...'' scenarios!
However this book has none of that. Straight forward, zero twists, zero surprises. Flat ending. Went no place. With his past history, Im still gonna grab the next one he puts out! But this one was extremely disappointing.
I started reading Kyle Mills for his works on the Mark Beamon (FBI) series. Mills has always been able to craft a fine story with firm character development and good flow. On occasion he will pick subject matter that is rather technical but he doesnt allow for the story to get bogged down in the technocrati nor does he make it difficult to follow along with the story line. He gives you just enough so that the mystery is firmly there, while confirming and legitimizing the characters strength, but keeping the flow of the story moving and the pages turning.

Richard Darman, is the main character. He is a world renowned biologist, which means he is someone that most people would never have heard of before. Mills dervelops a very compelling story around Dr. Darman and his average family dealing with a common theme...child illness and parents' love that will stop at almost nothing to heal their child...in an uncommon way. Mills brings to light an illness that most have probably never heard of, as well as the spin off repercussions of fighting to find a cure that most would have never thought of, and he does so in such a way that you are more than willing to suspend belief along the way and you find yourself just rooting for the Dr. and his family to have that American happy ending.

Good story written by a man that knows how to spin a tale. Worth the read!