Paul Inman tells an intense tale that ranges from the nightmare of a Nazi lab, to the free world of 2028 with scenes flickering back and forth in time to tell a solid tale of a woman always on the run, and the agents obsessed with finding her. Excellent. – Philadelphia Free Press
Is eternal life a gift or a curse?
Imagine that you aged so slowly that your youth and vitality seemed eternal, impervious to the ravages of time. For Alessandra, a woman whose genetic code makes her ageless—perhaps even making her immortal—this fantasy is a reality.
But it’s not as idyllic as it seems.
Her rare condition only leaves her feeling isolated and fearful of what her circumstances really mean for her future. And Alessandra has every reason to be afraid. After many years in captivity as the subject of Nazi science experimentation, she’s unnerved by the memories of her exploitation and desperate to keep her identity a secret. This proves to be exceptionally difficult when impassioned CIA agent Mark Richards develops an unhealthy obsession with capturing her.
After decades of fleeing her enemies, Alessandra finds a devoted ally in Grey Chapman. But can she learn to trust another after all she’s been through? Ageless is a thrilling journey that spans decades and asks the question, if you could live forever, would you want to?