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Paperback Book Details
  • 06/2013
  • 9781491232750 1491232757
  • 310 pages
  • $11.99
e-book Details
  • 06/2013
  • B00ED3U0BY
  • 305 pages
  • $3.99
Dawn of the Perpetual Society

A U.S. Army platoon, in 1950 Korea War, discovers a secret laboratory where Chinese doctors transformed humans into nearly indestructible soldiers.  Experimentation with the virus yields its astounding healing powers. Realizing its potential in civilian life, a medic pilfers a small amount. After discharge from the Army, he forms a clandestine society that heals the terminally ill for profit.

Arriving within minutes of a bloody, swift, and puzzling massacre of four hundred South Korean soldiers in 1951 Korea, a U.S. Army platoon is mystified with finding only thirty-eight Chinese soldiers’ uniforms filled with gray ash.  There is no other sign of the enemy, alive, wounded, or dead.  Ordered to follow the trail of the fleeing enemy, the platoon makes its way to Manchuria and stumbles upon an underground laboratory where they discover two dozen comatose Chinese soldiers who appear near death but survive by intravenous injections from vessels of abnormal blood.  Accidentally awakening a few, these Chinese soldiers prove to have superhuman strength and mobility. 

After a successful but bloody confrontation with the awakened Chinese soldiers, Headquarters orders the platoon to destroy all but two of these soldiers and seize as much of the mysterious blood as possible.  With their two captives secured and blood stored, the platoon boards a C119 Flying Boxcar that transports them to a secret underground base on U.S. soil where two scientists await them.  The scientists seek to uncover the mystery of the Chinese soldiers’ extraordinary characteristics and the substance in the blood that may be behind it.  Experimentation proved that a virus in the blood has caused a biological change in the Chinese soldiers, turning them in an aberrant species of human.  More importantly, they find that the virus also has a strange ability to heal and induce longevity.

With these findings, Headquarters halts further experiments and orders the platoon to evacuate the secret facility.  However, upon departure, a medic pilfers a small amount of viral blood with the intent of cultivating it.  After his discharge from the Army, the medic reunites his former platoon members to establish the Perpetual Society, a clandestine organization that, for profit, can stop the aging process, heal the terminally ill, and assure immortality with this confidential treatment.

Formats
Paperback Book Details
  • 06/2013
  • 9781491232750 1491232757
  • 310 pages
  • $11.99
e-book Details
  • 06/2013
  • B00ED3U0BY
  • 305 pages
  • $3.99

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