Little Boy Pig: A Genetically Modified Taleby Shad Clark
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In this children's story for mature readers, a piglet born with human hands and feet is spared the fate of all the other cloned piglets in an industrialized supply line of universal organ donors. He's raised instead as a human child on a remote country estate. There his life seems idyllic until he discovers one day what he was meant to be, and then he sets out to find a place in his mother's heart.
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Wow, Excellent, Thought-Provoking, a MUST READ, short story (16 pages), about the cloning of animals with human d.n.a., what happens when an anomaly occurs? Is it human? Is it animal? Read to find out!
A quick, free read that turned out to be very thougjt provoking. In the short story offered here, it is not hard to develop a bond to the charactets and have hope or anxiety with thrm. Worth a rrad for sure.
A sad story that shows the darker, more hidden side of humanity. I found the end to be a wonderful one.
Interesting story but not really special. Still a good read.
This is such a moving story and, although it is classed as fiction, it could very well happen some day. Just because humans have the ability to do something does not mean they have the right to do it; especially when the ones that suffer the consequences are not human. This story brought me close to tears. It is well worth the taking the time to read.
What is it about can someone plz tell me.