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A chilling look at a highly possible future?
Charles A. Ray on March 21, 2014
Format: Kindle Edition
It is the year 2033, and people reaching the age of 65 are given a choice – submit to regeneration and a new and longer life, or die. John Sinclair, who has been a teacher since 1993, is about to turn 65. He has to decide what to do or where to go with the rest of his life – short or long.
I Have Three Things to Tell You, My Friend, by RM D’Amato is an interesting look at a possible future – with overtones of today. D’Amato paints a compellingly accurate picture of the frustration of decision making in the face of a mindless bureaucracy and an uncaring society. As I alternately followed Sinclair as he wrestles with his decision, Brandon Sanchez, a youngster about to enter the teaching profession who is being mentored by Sinclair, and Fernando Smith, an angry school janitor who is butting heads with the bureaucracy, I found myself wondering sometimes if I wasn't perhaps reading a piece of nonfiction about the disdain society has for the teaching profession.
I received a free review copy of Three Things, and devoured it in a single sitting. A well-written book that actually defies genre classification – a sure sign of a story that is destined to become a classic.

The Ending will Shock You--or Maybe Not--Great Futuristic Novel of what could be coming!
By MikiHope on March 21, 2014
Format: Kindle Edition
This book takes place in the not too distant future where people are given a second lifetime to live. They are given some kind of medicine that rejuvenates their bodies and are re trained for a different 80 year profession. Actually the choice is either accept this and live another 160 years or die a natural death. I know which I would choose (let me go naturally PLEASE!)--and I know what my Mom would choose (another 160 years please.).

Now remember, you may have lost the love of your life, had a job that you either loved or despised, had a wonderful life or a not so wonderful life. This choice is not as easy as you might think! Can you change all you've known whether you want to or not--because the choice isn't really a choice. The ending of this book came as a total surprise to me! Yes, I enjoyed reading this book and I truly hope that this type of thing never ends up becoming reality!!