Cloning Freedom

Cloning Freedom

by Stephen B Pearl
Cloning Freedom

Cloning Freedom

by Stephen B Pearl

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In the early 21st century, Rowan is fighting a secret war against alien pirates bent on subjugating all of mankind.

At least, that's what she thinks. In reality, it's a thousand years later, Earth has long been part of an interstellar and interspecies republic, and she's a character on Angel Black, an e-entertainment that allows viewers a complete sensory experience through her perspective. Who needs actors when you can clone famous performers and splice in some alien DNA? Since studio clones have no rights, their lives and experiences can be tailor-made for the program.

It's just too bad the clones don't know that.

Ryan Chandler was a decorated war hero until he was cloned to save his life. His career options died with his original body and the best job he can get is a technician on Angel Black. He's planning to escape to a newly colonized system when Rowan is scheduled to be killed off.

With help from unexpected allies, Ryan stages Rowan's rescue, but getting her off the set is only the beginning. To succeed, they must evade a manhunt supported by the state that fears Rowan's liberation might be the triggering event of a clone rights movement that could cost the establishment billions and shake the foundations of human society.

Can two clones find their freedom in a society that treats them as second-class citizens?

This edition of the book has been formatted to be easier for adults who live with dyslexia to read. Includes greater line and character spacing, non-justified text, and bold type instead of italics for emphasis.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781928011453
Publisher: Brain Lag
Publication date: 12/04/2020
Edition description: Dyslexia-Friendly ed.
Pages: 558
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 1.24(d)

About the Author

Stephen B. Pearl is a multiple published author whose works range across the speculative fiction field. Whether his characters are wandering the wilds of a post-oil future, braving a storm in a longship, or flying through the interplanetary void in an army surplus assault lander, his writings focus heavily on the logical consequences of the worlds he crafts. Stephen's inspirations encompass H.G. Wells, J.R.R. Tolkien, Frank Herbert and Homer among others. In writing the Tinker's World series, he has, among other factors, drawn on his training as an Emergency Medical Care Assistant, a SCUBA diver, his long-standing interest in environmental technologies and his firsthand knowledge of the Guelph area. His fascination with metaphysics has contributed to his para-normal works. For more about Stephen and his works visit:
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