Here is a photograph of me giving a speech during one of my book signings. During this speech, I described a question that has scratched at the back of my mind ever since I started my series. Is it better to be human or neohuman? When I consider the fundamental differences between normal human beings and neohumans, the answer is quite obvious in my opinion. As a mere mortal, your capabilities are extremely limited as you are vulnerable to aging and disease and the experience you gain is minimal due to your relatively short lifespan. On the other hand, as a neohuman, you are immune to disease and aging and you have a collection of tremendous abilities to help you do what you otherwise could not. Another upside of being neohuman is that because you are permanently healthy, fit, and ageless, you literally have all the time in the world to gain as much life experience as possible. There are a few drawbacks of being a neohuman though. Although neohumans do not age or get sick, they can be killed if the physical trauma they sustain is great enough. In addition, their advanced lifespan can result in psychological effects that will be illustrated by the main villain of my series when the third volume comes out. With these factors in mind, which would you choose to be? Human or neohuman?