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The Girl Who Wasn't There: Capital City Characters: Episode IV

by K. C. Sivils

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Tall, slender, and with her long, dark hair, Sarah is a striking young woman. Intelligent, caring, and physically fit, she is a natural athlete. Her identical sisters, Ellie and Maria, are equally striking in appearance. Ellie is a math prodigy and Maria is one of the most gifted dancers in their region of the galaxy.For this trio of sisters, the future looks bright.Only as clones, their mere existence is a crime. Property of the SEM Corp, the sister's entire life has been spent in the lab they were engineered, grown, and birthed in. Being treated like lab animals, constantly tested, and subjected to constant training is not the worse part of their lives.A simple-minded savant, Maria is subjected to regular sexual abuse by powerful corporate investors and government officials. When the order is given to harvest Maria's organs, the sisters decide it is time to do more than dream about freedom.The time has come for them to escape.Find out what happens to Sarah and her sisters. Get your copy of The Girl Who Wasn't There now!… (more)
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The Girl Who Wasn't There: Capital City Characters: Episode IV, my first read from author K.C. Sivils, an author I'd wanted to read for some time but never got around to him (so many books, so little time). Well-written and captivating with well-developed main. I was given a Kindle copy and am voluntarily reviewing it. I’ll be reading more by this author as I get them. (RIP Marley January 20, 2014 - July 24, 2018). ( )
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Tall, slender, and with her long, dark hair, Sarah is a striking young woman. Intelligent, caring, and physically fit, she is a natural athlete. Her identical sisters, Ellie and Maria, are equally striking in appearance. Ellie is a math prodigy and Maria is one of the most gifted dancers in their region of the galaxy.For this trio of sisters, the future looks bright.Only as clones, their mere existence is a crime. Property of the SEM Corp, the sister's entire life has been spent in the lab they were engineered, grown, and birthed in. Being treated like lab animals, constantly tested, and subjected to constant training is not the worse part of their lives.A simple-minded savant, Maria is subjected to regular sexual abuse by powerful corporate investors and government officials. When the order is given to harvest Maria's organs, the sisters decide it is time to do more than dream about freedom.The time has come for them to escape.Find out what happens to Sarah and her sisters. Get your copy of The Girl Who Wasn't There now!

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