“What will human nature and its relationship to science and technology be like 500 years from now? Keith’s musings have taken the form of a trinity of trinities, a nonvolume saga called The Immortality Wars. The first of three trilogies, it’s called the Penitent, of which we are discussing Part I (2014) and Part II (2017) today. These two parts seem to be planted culturally in 12th century Britain, but with some differences, I think, of Christian politics.”
— Hugh Blair–Smith, Interviewer
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