Michelle Buckman has written a futuristic novel of dystopia worthy of Walter Miller of A Canticle for Lebowitz or Robert Hugh Benson's The Lord of the World. You may say "it can't happen here!" but in a country that created modern total warfare, dropped the atomic bomb, and has the most liberal abortion laws in the world, Life is becoming increasingly cheap and bodies simply seen a collection of parts that can be used to help the rich to reach their goal of somatic immortality. However, Buckman shows how love, prayer, and political power for the good can overcome the culture of Death.
-Fr. C.J.McCloskey, Research Fellow
Faith and Reason Institute. Washington, DC