FRISCO, Texas (PRWEB) August 30, 2012
What if the government could genetically create humans from the start? In A.W. Daniels’ new book, “Genetically Privileged” (published by iUniverse) he tells the story of one couple struggling to build a family who turn to quite a surprising source.
When nature lets Mary and Joe down, they turn to a series of fertility experts and finally an old friend. Their friend, as it turns out, has been modifying the human genome for the government and its undefined purposes.
The two get quite a bit more than they bargained for when they finally learned the truth … or most of it, anyway.
An excerpt from “Genetically Privileged”:
“‘But he was your flesh and blood. Don’t you feel at all close to him?’
She sat down again and looked Justice straight in the eye. ‘He is closer genetically to a chimpanzee than I am genetically to him.’”
“Genetically Privileged” is a socially relevant read, addressing the advancements of technology and science as Daniels speculates on the social impact of those developments in a variety of entertaining ways.
It is written in a way that simplifies the science aspects of the storyline, then applies a modern twist that will appeal to fans of the genre.
About the Author
A. W. Daniels is a new writer who draws upon continuing education and travel experiences to develop characters and tell compelling stories. Daniels lives in Texas.
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