Title: Weeping Water: Not every second chance is a gift
Author: J.T. Ruby
Price: FREE till Jan 20,2016
Rating: 5.0 out of 5.0 stars(1)

Weeping Water is a suspenseful, fast-paced thriller with unexpected twists, memorable characters, and an unforgettable journey about learning to live again that will take your breath away.


“FOUR STARS! Weeping Water by JT Ruby is an epic novel about cryonic suspension – freezing something with life-threatening injuries in order to heal them when there are significant advances in medical technology. It follows Annie, who dies in a plane crash in the eighties, and Elliot, who dies in a car accident in the nineties, as they try to piece together their lives after being unfrozen. Spanning many generations and covering cryogenics from every angle, Weeping Water is a fast-paced and thought-provoking read.

Like the best of science fiction, Weeping Water poses a number of interesting questions about advances in technology. One might think that saving a life is a good thing, but then there’s a whole lot of turmoil when you’re waking up 35 years later and everyone else has aged, and you’re the same age. The novel is at its best when focusing on the emotional issues surrounding cryonics. It’s like a time travel novel with a technology that’s more plausible than time travel, illustrating that these are issues we may one day need to face. The novel manages to be heartrending and fascinating at once.

Make no mistake: the electric parts of this novel are incredibly entertaining. In many ways, this is the cryonics novel – a hugely ambitious undertaking – and JT Ruby is a bestseller-caliber writer. Each scene is written with great precision and clarity and the action scenes are pulse-pounders.” – SPR Book Review

J.T. Ruby is a long time writer, first-time novelist. Previous writing projects include his screenplay “A Short Stop In Shelby”, which was a semi-finalist in the Los Angeles-based Chesterfield Screenwriting Competition. Most recently his Spec Script “Mayor Tracy” was a Top-5 Finalist in the Scriptapalooza TV Sitcom Category. Weeping Water is his first novel. He lives in Orangeville, Ontario with his wife and two children.