Do Clones Have Souls
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Do Clones Have Souls is a book that is as intriguing as its title. It is a thinking man's thriller that explores our attitudes on race, religion and politics. Its insights are uncommon and its action unrelenting. Pick it up and you won't put it down.
Paperback, 136 pages
Published June 2nd 2008 by Booklocker.com
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Herbert
Jun 09, 2012 Herbert rated it 5 of 5 stars  ·  (Review from the author)






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 f...more
Brooklyn Darkchild
Apr 25, 2009 Brooklyn Darkchild rated it 3 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: heavy thinkers
Recommended to Brooklyn by: the author
RATING EXPLANATION:
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 perfe...more
Lena
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.
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