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This story sounds very fascinating. Science fiction is story never to avoid. I love the conversations amongst the characters. They are very clear and graspable. One would also fall in love with the cover page readily. This a must read book for me because it sounds like a movie. I love movies with such a genre.
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Human cloning is quite a complex topic. However, it makes the book an inviting one to read. Thanks for the review.

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The book sounds scary and interesting at the same time. Though I don't like reading such books but the scientific aspect and the picture of what the future might look like got my attention of reading the book. Most importantly this is a great review.
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This science fiction about human cloning sounds intriguing. Even though many parts are suspenseful and serious, there are hints of humor. Congrats on the book of the day. Great review.

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Cloning and more advanced technology aside, if slavery becomes an everyday occurrence again, I feel like history has just repeated itself. It must difficult to survive in such an era. I wonder what Kalin discovered in that secret facility. I added this book in my to-read list.
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The title of the book is eye catching and it makes one to want to grab a copy immediately. What's human cloning? I would like to find out during my reading of the book. And the fact that the writing style is easy to read, this will be my next book to read. Incredible review.
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This sounds like a great science fiction book about human cloning, I have no idea what that is, but I'm sure I'm going to find out in this book. Thanks for the review
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This sounds like a great book, and I'm not usually a science fiction reader. I like the fact that the author set out to write a character driven tale, yet still delivered a real page-turner. Great review!

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I love a book will capture your attention quickly and not let go until long after you're finished reading. I sometimes wonder where the inspirations of the Sci-Fi fantasy come from. great work from the author and nice review.

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A book about cloning seems to be interesting.

Thank you for the great review.

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Post by Tars »

Great book and I enjoyed reading it enormously! If you are into scenarios of how our future may have turns out this is totally your must read book. Plot will scare you a little, but at the same time intrigue quite a lot, since it's original and lacks many usual cliches of current theme.

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Post by Moushmi Radhanpara »

This sounds like a gripping sci-fi thriller and is definitely going to my TBR list. Readers who like the genre should certainly check this one. Congratulations to the author and thank you for sahring this wonderful review.

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Post by aolayide »

Stories about cloning, futuristic events, and thought-provoking themes such as slavery, abuse etc. "Project Tau" by Jude Austin fits the bill of a fast-paced science fiction thriller. I like it.

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This book seems to combine science fiction and human psychology and social work problems in a con-
fusing and inappropriate manner. It is hard to tell where the fictional part of the story ends and the real
truth about the characters starts.

I felt that this review overrated the plot and the entire book.

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Post by Tock513 »

Great review. Definitely made me interested in the book and want to read it. Cloning for slave labor? Could be interesting.

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