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  1. says:

    Do Clones have Souls?

    Do Clones Have Souls is a book that is as intriguing as it’s title. It is a thinking man’s novel that challenges our values and stimulates our imagination. It explores our ideas on race, culture and religion through the eyes of Clones, Americas newest group.

    Religious conservatives declare them inhuman, an abomination. The Supreme Court rules that they are unnaturally born and have no rights. The government needs them to fight in three wars and corporations want to use them for free labor. The media exploits them, preferring ratings to truth. They have no allies and rely on their own resistance fighters.

    The central character Clint is a Clone who was bred by the Defense Department to kill our nation's adversaries. He is the Uberman. A Clone who has been a successful assassin, our nations' best.. He has never known the fear and suffering of the average Clone and did not care about their plight. But he tires of the killings and wants to quit. The government will not allow it and he is forced to flee for his life.

    He is in constant danger, outwitting powerful and amoral men. These men are responsible for the nation's failing economy. They keep Americans afraid and divided, stripping us our rights and our wealth. Their pursuit of Clint is unrelenting.

    It is while fleeing from them that he begins to seek the truth about himself. He is gradually drawn to ideas and people that change his thinking. He ponders the meaning of his existence, of love and the afterlife.

    Sadly, his inward journey is halted when he is captured. He is given an ultimatum. He must kill again or lose the only woman he has ever loved. It is she who brings him to the resistance fighters and to a fateful day which will determine the destiny of our nation.

  2. says:

    This book is very mysterious in a wonderful way, it explores many political, religous, and racial issues as it makes you ponder the intriquing question(do clones have souls) I highly recomend this book to others who want to explore a wonderful political thriller.

  3. says:

    Story Line: **** (4 stars)
    -* Minus one for Editing Issues
    Net Rating: *** (3 stars)

    Clint is a Man On The Run.
    He's running from his old life: from a career he no longer has the heart to live out; from those who seek to harm him because he is different; and especially from those who would force him back to a life he can no longer tolerate.
    The problem is...
    Clint is not a man.
    Legally he is a Replica; technically he is a Clone.
    In the American of 2025 Clones are considered the perfect sex toys, nannies, combat soldiers, grunt laborers and organ donors.
    They just don't have any rights.
    They are also the perfect killers, which is what Clint was "created" to be. Bred with a superior intellect and physical prowess, Clint naturally excelled at his job, but when his intellect kicks into overdrive Clint becomes aware of the spiritual costs of taking a life.
    Does he have a soul? he wonders.
    The religious right would have you think he doesn't, but Clint wants to know for sure. He also wants to fall in love before he dies, and he has the potential candidate all picked out.
    Things fall apart swiftly when the government kidnaps Sarah, the only woman to capture Clint's replicated little heart, and uses her as leverage to force Clint into one final assassination.
    Can Clint do it or will his new-found moral compass get in the way?
    Will the gov't allow Clint to live once his target is taken out?
    And how can he connect with Sarah when she's under constant surveillance?

    The wealth of storyline packed into these scant 128 pages was surprising. As another reviewer also commented, the parallels between Herbert Wright's futuristic America and today are...eerie.
    Yes I said it.
    The moral and social issues at the root of America's decline, and many others raised by this book, will trouble you long after you put it down. Unfortunately, so will the drawbacks.
    At times it seemed characters only existed as mouthpieces for Wright's own social views, which is not necessarily a Bad Thing. Although interesting, and at times illuminating, too much of the dialogue was like watching an intellectual debate. Brainy Chick and fellow CCNY Alum that I am, I didn't mind All That Much, but I would have liked to have seen a bit more depth of character from some of the supporting player spouting all this heavy theory. There were also some editing issues, serious enough for me to take off one star. PLEASE UNDERSTAND I REALLY LIKED THIS BOOK. It pains me to have to take a star away; it really does. The story was Just That Good. The biggest shame of all though is that at $17 for a 128 page volume, not too many people will be adventurous enough to check this book out, and this story is deserving of a much wider audience.
    Your publisher should be Shot On Sight Herb.
    Oh Crap.
    That probably wasn't a Christian Thought.
    Sorry Lord.