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The Golden Years Can Be a Killer!
In 2033, every senior citizen is offered a second chance and a second career. At 65, John Sinclair, a life-long teacher, faces two choices—a second career or permanent retirement and early death. The state will pay for his genetic rehabilitation, university education, and an extended life span of 160 years. It’s guaranteed! All Sinclair has to do is to mentor his young apprentice, commit to a new career, and avoid any dealings with a daft and spiteful school janitor, Fernando Smith. Like all incredible offers, Sinclair’s new career comes with a toxic price tag. The question is—is he willing to pay?
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review by . March 27
    This review is based on an advanced reader copy (with many typos) received from the author but still reflects my own opinion.       In the near future (2033), John Sinclair is facing the turning point of his life.  He is one year from retirement age and has two options.  He can retire and live out his life (to about 80).  He can also accept “rehabilitation,” whereby he will receive treatments to extend his life to 160 and be …
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