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Invasive Procedures by Orson Scott Card
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May 09, 2011

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I saw an Orson Scott Card book at the library and brought it home to read. In the foreward I found out that it was really written by Aaron Johnston, based on an idea of Card's and in collaboration with him. (He also gave thanks to an old New Jersey friend--Eric Artell) I grouched to Rob that Card's name did exactly what the publishers wanted in luring me in to read the book. That being said it was an interesting concept and a good read. It actually accentuates thoughts I've had for awhile about a slightly different subject--human cloning. I am not as concerned about it because I believe each person's spirit is unique and having the same body (like identical twins) doesn't mean you will be the same person. I liked the surprises at the end.

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