by George Ellis
Bill Remis was supposed to die the second he turned 40 years old. Just like everyone has for millennia. Then the whole world changed.
Three weeks ahead of his expiration date, Bill is your typical senior citizen. His hair has flecks of gray. His family is long gone. And his usefulness to society has waned. He spends most of his remaining days on Earth watching television and enjoying snacks, waiting for his time to come.
However, Bill’s predictable life is thrown into chaos when random people across the globe start living beyond 40 years. And nobody knows why.
But now Bill wonders if he might be the next “40-something.”
Category: Science Fiction – Genetic Engineering