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Heirs of Mars by Jordan Lockhart
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Apr 17, 11

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Read from April 01 to 07, 2011

This was a good book for anyone who enjoys thought provoking science fiction. There was action, characterisation and a clever premise behind it all. Most of all I would say that it was an interesting exploration of different types of people and the workings of the mind. That is what I found most interesting since it is not an issue in our world; minds that work differently to our own, perhaps even being blended together with another mind. If the mind of a person can be changed are they still the same person? And if it doesn’t work like ours are they a person at all? I also liked the unique take on cloning in this story.
So in summary, perhaps if you are getting picky there were one or two moments that I found a little convenient, but overall an enjoyable and intelligent story.

Reviewed as a librarything giveaway ebook.
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