In _New Scientist_, 3 April 1999, page 48, I found the following brief book review:
> Farewell, death
> With a bold range of interdisciplinary references,
> from nanomedicine and cybernetics to philosophy and cosmology,
> Damien Broderick's _The Last Mortal Generation_ is a robust,
> determinedly cheerful survey of death: what it is,
> where it comes from and how to make it go away.
> Published by New Holland, $19.95, ISBN 1864354408.