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The next step in genetics won’t be designer babies or super-soldiers; rather, it should be a simple non-invasive step we can all agree on–so I invented one we couldn’t ignore. I discuss improving the human condition in analogies for the hard-science fans, but I also include suspense and making babies the old-fashioned way for spice. We’re on a threshold for bio-engineering, and it’s a conversation we all need to have soon.
Film noir meets Jurassic Park.
Petra is a medical engineer for zoologists and fertility clinics. Why is she getting death threats, and what did she do to merit an ankle monitor? As the science advisor to a major contender for the presidency, she needs a PR boost. Hendrix is on his fourth career, having failed as a rock guitarist and a war journalist.
His last chance is to write a book that makes the country support this abrasive scientist. He’s always been a sucker for a woman in trouble.
Warning: this novel talks about the science and ethics of how babies are made
About the Author
Scott Rhine wanted to find a job that combined his love of reading with math problem solving, so he studied both short stories and computer languages. When his third publication, “Doors to Eternity,” hit #16 on the Amazon epic fantasy list, he decided to become a full-time author. Since then, each book of his “Jezebel’s Ladder” series hit the high-tech science fiction top 100. His medical thriller, “the K2 Virus,” is his highest-rated novel. His latest books are witch academy stories written for his teenage daughter.
Humor is a part of every story he writes because people are funny, even when they don’t think so. In the real world, something always goes wrong and people have flaws. If you can’t laugh at yourself, someone is probably doing it for you. Strong female characters also play a major role in his stories because he’s married to a beautiful PhD who can edit, break boards, and use a chainsaw.