by S. Alan Schweitzer
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Questor by S. Alan Schweitzer

The novel "Questor" takes place during the final decade of the 20th century. A research institute is one of the most powerful companies worldwide as it dominates and controls the lives of humanity by virtue of its monumental achievement. The Company Cybele has created and has populated the planet with cloned replicates of living humans, the reasons for which are varied. The main character, Howard Questor, is a clone who has a singular goal or mission; namely,his passion to undergo a mission, which is to search,to investigate and determine the cause and reason for his being, namely, a cloned replicate who has been for unknown reasons, abandoned and discarded by the forces within the Company which created him. Questor's purpose is to discover who and why he exists. He learns, along with several other characters who are involved in his quest,that the Company's achievements have become a contribution to human knowledge; however, cloning has also instilled within the Company as well as within its many admirers and recipients of Cybele's accomplishments, the growing desire, motive and establishment of a multinational,dominant and threatening global domination ad dictatorship. In his personal quest, Howard develops kinship with many who trust him and his mission. Questor also discovers love and understanding from his relationship with a beautiful woman. Throughout the novel there is a pervasive theme which suggests the possibility that the Company's cloning achievements were ultimately dependent and made possible based on clues and plans that were left on this planet by extra terrestrial aliens who once visited the earth and who have since been long gone. The visitations of alien life were never proven until evidence was revealed by mankind's abilities to recreate himself.

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ISBN-13: 9781481705110
Publisher: AuthorHouse
Publication date: 01/28/2013
Pages: 182
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.42(d)

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ReadersFavorite More than 1 year ago
Reviewed by Tiffany DeMay for Readers' Favorite The book follows the story of a man named Howard Questor. He is a skilled thief and criminal; however, he seems to feel unsettled about his life of crime. During a fateful run his team of thieves had with the authorities, Howard seeks out a friend who informs him that he is the byproduct of a scientific experiment by a large government agency. The reader follows Howard as he learns more about his involvement in the experiment and becomes familiar with the person responsible for his creation. This involves a large amount of travel and coming across a host of characters who always seem to come full circle within the story. Howard even becomes involved in a complicated romance that only further gets complicated later in the book. Later Howard will indirectly make a huge contribution to the world of science himself. This book is a great read and was difficult to put down. It is reminiscent of many books attempting to create the perfect utopia or being. I found myself wanting to know more and continually being sent on new twists and turns in the plot. I would definitely recommend this book to readers and also recommend to pay close attention to details as most details and characters come back around within the story to play a greater purpose.