Dutchess County, New York (PRWEB) May 22, 2013
Genetic engineering technology in today’s society has already reached an advanced point where moral considerations are just as important as the science in itself. It is no longer just a matter of the ability to achieve sophisticated methods in screening human embryos, rather a deeper introspection must be considered when it comes to sociological and ethical impact. In Michael Trotta’s new book titled Son of Man, readers will gain further insight on this notion as they step into a world that is not very far from the reality of our times.
Readers of Son of Man will come across a fusion of diverse and highly controversial episodes. From unveiling the mystery behind the human cloning pattern from which the main characters were derived, to heart-pounding scenes of survival, and all the way into a run-down through historical milestones and Biblical figures, this book offers a myriad of eye-opening insights that will trigger a minefield of ethical questions amongst its readers.
An intellectually stimulating work of fiction, this selection is a must-read for those who are interested in religion, history and biotechnology, a unique blend of topics which will fuel the mind with knowledge and insights. Invigorating, action-packed and filled with riveting twists and turns, Son of Man is indeed a well-woven craft that will keep readers hanging at the edges of their seats.
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About the Author
Michael Trotta is the author of three spellbinding science fiction novels and several short stories. A New York native, he was born in the Bronx, raised in Westchester County, graduated Saint John’s University in Queens, and currently lives in Dutchess County with his wife Joanne.
Son of Man * by Michael Trotta
Publication Date: March22, 2013
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