"A rattling good yarn....an engaging and cautionary tale about the direction in which spaceship Earth is hurtling....Bing’s unsettling account of the future is leavened with wry humor and satire. His job is not to be a seer but rather to conjure an entertaining narrative, one that periodically lends itself to commentary on the planet’s present plight."
— USA Today
“Stimulating, satirical and perhaps even visionary.”
—Wall Street Journal
“Bing uses a light touch, biting mockery of Silicon Valley culture, and grotesque imagery to good effect.”
— Kirkus Reviews
— Publishers Weekly
“Leaves the reader convulsing with laughter.”
— USA Today
“The well-known, pseudonymous author Stanley Bing has written a suspenseful, sharp-eyed, and entertaining tale for our artificially intelligent times. Immortal Life has its finger on the pulse of a generation determined to live forever."
— Christopher Buckley, author of The Relic Master
"Bing has been poking fun at business for decades, and his satire of absurd gadgets, virtual life and techno-billionaires flips all the right switches."
— The Washington Post
"Stanley Bing’s recently released Immortal Life gives a riveting version of a near-future society shaped by our tech oligarchs." —Daily Beast
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