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Transplant
     

Transplant

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by D.B. Reynolds-Moreton
 

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Stupidity, greed, and isolationistic fundamentalism between the three main super powers had pushed mankind to the brink of destruction. Just before the holocaust began, a group of wealthy and reasonably sane individuals decided save some small remnant of humankind. A small group of near genetically perfect people would be sent to another star system, and so Project

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Stupidity, greed, and isolationistic fundamentalism between the three main super powers had pushed mankind to the brink of destruction. Just before the holocaust began, a group of wealthy and reasonably sane individuals decided save some small remnant of humankind. A small group of near genetically perfect people would be sent to another star system, and so Project Transplant began.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940011114397
Publisher:
D.B. Reynolds-Moreton
Publication date:
10/09/2010
Series:
Sapient Continuum , #1
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
231,707
File size:
245 KB
Age Range:
18 Years

Meet the Author

Retired Research & Development Engineer. Interests:- Physics, Electronics, Chemistry, Renewable Energy Systems. Also:- writing Sci-Fi and building an adult realtime 3D adventure computor game.

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Transplant 3.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 16 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
It wasn't too bad until about halfway through the book when it just took a complete nosedive. What got me first is that such scrutiny has been undertaken regarding genetic diversity for the seed planet population, but yet hundreds of generations of humans had been maintained with a total crew of 24. Impossible. They knew what velocity was but not the term half full. They didn't think it was important to open their toolkits, yet figured out how to make a flint knife and start a fire using two sticks rubbed together on their own (both knives and firestarters were included in their kits). Waste of time.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The story had a good twist. With nice imagenning but fizz out near the end. Good lead into more storys like it.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
As I said in my headline, it staetes off well. It's a shame. It appears that all of the work and creativity was put into the first 200 pages or so. After that, I kept waiting for it to get better. Then it was over. I picked this up at the same time as the first light chronicles. Skip this. Read the first light chronicles. You'll end up buying the entire series.
KLJ25 More than 1 year ago
3 stars. Pros: I liked the way the author juxtaposed the environment of the first half against the environment of the second half of the story. Interesting ideas of life of crew, how their lives are organized. Cons: the 2nd half did drag and wasn't as interesting. The end was ambiguous to what was happening to the crew. 450 pages.
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cbgebe More than 1 year ago
hard to get into but was ok after awhile.
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