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The Experiment by John Darnton
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The Experiment

by John Darnton

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Book is about an island where closes are raised. Skylar escapes and (miraculously) finds Jude in NYC. The entire plot is eventually exposed. Not the best written book, preachy when educating the reader about cloning and more issues then is worth the time to list. Only about 100 pages of the book are worthwhile... ( )
  skraft001 | Jun 14, 2015 |
A multilated body. Face and fingerprints have been removed. Coin-sized circle carved into his upper thigh. A colony with with its own laws have been thriving for thirty years. One man excapes and the hero of this novel finds him. When he looks at him, he sees himself. The man has his face. Now both of them are on the run. as they search for the mystery of their birth. Eerie, chilling book. ( )
  fauxcajun | Nov 13, 2006 |
The concept itself is brilliant, but I wondered the whole time why the scientists gave the clones lives. Couldn’t things have been better managed by keeping the clones in some kind of stasis, like a coma? Maybe the organs or whatever wouldn’t have been as viable that way, but it seems like they would be to me. But if that were the case, we wouldn’t have had this novel.

The writing is a bit stilted sometimes and the characters sometimes behave with incredible stupidity, but overall it's an enjoyable, light read. ( )
  Bookmarque | Sep 1, 2006 |
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For Kyra, Liza and James, made the old-fashioned way, with memories of Jingo and the House of 1,000 Rooms And for Nina, with unstoppable love


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Skyler and Julia crept to the basement door of the Big House and looked around to make sure they weren't being watched.
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On an island off Georgia, clones are raised for body parts. After his girlfriend is eviscerated, clone Skyler flees to the mainland where he sees a book with the picture of a journalist who looks exactly like him. The two join forces to destroy the cloners. By the author of Neanderthal.… (more)

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