Michael Gryboski, a Christian novelist and writer for the Christian Post, has written a new book, Memories of Lasting Shadows, a science fiction thriller about a future pro-life America that has come to a reckoning with abortion as a crime against humanity like slavery. Laws protect unborn life even in the most difficult of pregnancies and a museum on Washington, DC's Mall memorializes abortion's gruesome history similar to the nearby Holocaust Museum. Yet some in this book desperately want to conceal their past ties to abortion's culture of death. Gryboski will join show host Andrew E. Harrod to discuss this book and what this speculated future history means for modern abortion debates. Where did Gryboski derive his inspiration? Have other writers approached abortion in such a science fiction manner before? How realistic are his visions concerning abortion?