The latest from Jon Griffin:
Betrayal isn’t always bad. Sometimes it can lead exactly where you need to be. But then again, maybe not.
In the year 2113, the population is out of control, and anyone reaching their twenty-ninth birthday is being “recycled.” So, the minute Jeff turns twenty-eight, he knows his time is coming to an end.
Does he run away? Plead for mercy? Fight back? No. Jeff just wants to get laid. Fortunately for him, there are clubs for that, clubs specifically for those whose clocks are ticking down to the minute where they voluntarily walk into a recycling chamber.
When he meets Tanya and she says she wants to shag a thirty-year-old, well, let’s say his military training kicks in. But not in the way you think. This is bigger. Life changing. Dangerous, as in real death. In a single night, he’ll learn how badly his world is broken. And if he can fix it.
Born in Los Angeles Jon Griffin has lived in many places and many countries. He enjoys writing books in many genres and especially loves hanging out with his family and traveling the globe to visit old friends and make new ones.
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