Sons of Earth
A manufactured person is no person at all. A clone designed to fight and die, Dominic escaped from the metallic womb of Caspian Genetics and became a citizen of the City. His intellect and superiour genetic makeup place him in the elite class, the very class that would eliminate him if they knew what he was.
Still, Dominic cannot forget his enslaved brothers. Determined to match his wits against Caspian’s might, he delves deep into the factory that birthed him.
But how can Dominic stand against an industry that denies his personhood when he doubts his own humanity? How can he guard his secrets when a beautiful, vulnerable scientist makes him long to leave his solitary life? As his plans unravel, Dominic is forced to face the question: was he lied to? Is he human after all?
“Challenges our conventions about personhood and the rights of the individual.”
“Lets the reader feel a touch of unease at how plausible this not-so-futuristic world really is.”
“Challenges our conventions about personhood and the rights of the individual”
“Lets the reader feel a touch of unease at how plausible this not-so-futuristics world really is”