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The Goodness Gene by Sonia Levitin
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Oct 06, 2008

really liked it

I cannot understand my sudden attraction to all things sci-fi, but this book made it clear that the attraction is there. This book scared me to death, but also opened up my eyes to what the world would be like if Hitler, Stalin, or any other vicious tyrants like them had won. The whole message Ms. Levitin was trying to convey, I believe, is what human beings are capable of doing, both for evil and good, and what others are doing to fight those powers.
This is not like any other futuristic, sci-fi book you will read. Many books like that focus on environmental consequenses, technology booms, ect. Yes, this story touches on those topics, but it is mostly about a world that none of us wants to imagine. This involves all powerful tyrants and rulers, not campaining to be "Ruler of the World", but

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