Set in the present AND future, this book is about the hardships that would come with one of man's highest desires: eternal life. What would it REALLY be like if people could live 1,000x longer than we can now? This book shows a possibility on how the government would secretly keep our population numbers in check by eliminating all the "dreamless"(People who have no life goals and are not contributing to society) people on Earth.
Gail Grady, his four friends and Gail's father are the subjects of the book. It starts out with any normal group of boys, but over time it reveals how each change into the man they want to be. One ends up working for the government in the attempt to heartlessly kill the Dreamless in a nightly reaping. Another is a dreamless himself, but some how is not slaughtered like his parents were. Gail's father befriends the president, but is he really secretly plotting his death to eliminate the reaping?
Another main focus of this twisted, high speed and on-the-edge book is the brotherly, inseparable love of Gail and his best friend Seth, whom many people speculate is a homosexual relationship, but is it? Find out for yourself what happens when Seth himself becomes a Dreamless and is captured by the slayers to be murdered. What will Gail do? How will Jaben help him? Will Brill's guilt of creating the pill that causes humans to live almost forever crush him?
Hello :) , I'm Josh. I have been on blurb for a while now, and have written a LOT of books, but am just now finally getting down to the SELLING of them. I only have one up now, but there are more to come. I have been in love with writing for a very long time and taught myself everything I know about it. I love horror the most, but can also enjoy a good romance book, how about you? I love to draw, sing, play piano, read and of course, WRITE BABY! Pleas enjoy my books and give me some feed back! I would honestly love it more if you read the first, no-perches-needed pages and gave me your opinion on it, than just buying the book and not saying anything! So pleas enjoy my writing and don't be afraid to give me constructive criticism. Bye for now!
A Journey's End Published March 05, 2015