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The Man Who Would Not Die

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In an isolated mountain clinic, doctors work frantically to treat the body of Daniel Forrester, the shattered victim of a plane crash. Desperately trying to save his life, they place him in the latest medical machine.

Strange things happen to Forrester after he is sealed into this amazingly sophisticated life support system. His heart stops. The machine brings him back to life. Each cardiac arrest seems the end ... but each time the machine brings him back. During these periods of apparent death, horrifying and unexplainable phenomena occur, and it soon becomes clear that what the machine is bringing back from the beyond is no longer Forrester ...

Subtitled “An Unusual Ghost Story,” Thomas Page’s bestseller
The Man Who Would Not Die (1981) is an inventive blend of classic horror fiction and medical science that returns to print at last to chill a new generation of readers.

“An unusual, sly ghost story with a medical-technology premise . . . endearingly bizarre . . . entertaining.” - Kirkus Reviews

Genre: Horror

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