Last Days of an Immortal

Written by Fabien Vehlmann & Gwen de Bonneval
Last Days of an Immortal
by Fabien Vehlmann & Gwen de Bonneval
(Archaia Entertainment, 2012)

In the distant future, Elijah, a member of the "Philosophical Police," must solve conflicts that arise out of ignorance of the Other. Two species are fighting a war with roots in a crime committed centuries ago, and Elijah must solve the crime and bring peace between their species, while also confronting his own immortality in a world where science provides access to eternal life. In a world where death no longer exists, why do so many want to give up on life?

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