How do we explain to our children, that we all have to die one day? Actually, do we really have to? In Eternity at Last, French writer and enfant terrible Frédéric Beigbeder explores if we have to accept birth, sickness, and death as the natural course of our lives. He takes us on a journey to our future selves and meets with so-called transhumanists. They are cyborgs, scientists, philosophers, and entrepreneurs who have already taken our evolution into their hands. While fighting against their own insignificance, Beigbeder asks for the meaning of transhumanism and thus for nothing less than the meaning of life.