The Diary of an Immortal by David J. Castello

I usually don’t read books that have immortals in them but this one intrigued me. This is about a guy that finds an immortality drug during WWll. He takes it but isn’t sure whether it is working at first. He meets many interesting people during the time of this book. He has many weird and terrifying adventures. I enjoyed reading this a lot. I hope to read many more books by this author. I received a copy of this book from Smith Publicity for a fair and honest opinion.
THE DIARY OF AN IMMORTAL (19451959) is the story of twenty-one-year-old U.S. Army combat medic Steven Ronson, a man who escapes the constant inundation and threat of death in World War Two after he discovers an immortality formula designed for Adolf Hitler during the liberation of the Dachau concentration camp in April of 1945. Steven begins consuming the immortality formula and, after realizing that aging and death no longer control his life, travels to Manhattan to realize his childhood dream of becoming a jazz saxophonist on 52nd Street. The immortality formula gives him supernatural powers and fantastic musical abilities. His performance catches the attention of a disgraced British missionary and his adopted niece who knew the Buddhist monks in China that have guarded the original formula for thousands of years. After a series of disturbing and prophetic visions, Steven accepts an invitation from the ex-missionary to journey to Xian. In a mountain monastery outside of the city, Steven discovers the incredible truth about the formula and the monks, and the interstellar origins of Jesus Christ and the human race. But time is running out-the German occultists who helped bring Hitler to power in the 1930s have selected another Aryan messiah, and this time he has the formula. Steven cannot allow the nightmare he experienced in Germany to happen again.”

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