The Understanding the Jump-Clones
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The Understanding the Jump-Clones

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In 2048, teen-clone Adam Newman finds himself waiting in the Earith dimension for the Understanding-a mental nexus conferred on humans by the cloning process. Torn from his family life after the brutal murder of his parents, Adam's world changes even more when he discovers the existence of his clone-twin, Noah. Although he finds comfort and love in the sanctuary of the Uni...more
Hardcover, 210 pages
Published September 9th 2009 by Eloquent Books (first published 2009)
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Taylor
Even those who don't often read scifi will be intriqued by The Understanding. The alternative philosophy presented is extremely interesting in itself and well weaved into a fastpaced story that doesn't let the reader put it down. Deserves to be read with an open mind!
Dennis Pennefather
Very happy with this book... A lot of good alternative cosmology...
The cosmology flows naturally through the storyline, in a way that does not detract from the drama and the action... flows, rather than being forced on the reader.
This is fiction which may well convince the reader that the cosmology is fact.
Has humanity been husbanded by humans from an adjacent dimension, since the earliest of times?
After 'The Understanding' my answer to that could be 'Yes!'
Not short on action,romance,technology....more
Michael Alexander
Pennefather’s story of Adam, a clone in the Earith dimension, is an intriguing read that, in the end, makes you ponder the human condition in regards to the sanctity of human life, religion, and politics.

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