Biotechnology science fiction on your Kindle this weekend

April 19, 2012 at 8:16 am Leave a comment

PROJECT GENESIS: Triumph, Tragedy, & Romance in the Futuristic Realm of Biotechnology [Kindle Edition]
Markus Fredericks (Author)

“Our story begins in year 2055 A.D. Felix and Monique are two attractive bioengineers who combine their scientific skills. They develop an accelerated method to clone replacement limbs and internal organs for amputees and sickly patients. “Girl-shy” Felix has a mad crush on the beautiful Monique, and finally finds the courage to follow up on his feelings when success is at hand. Felix’s best friend is another scientist, Curtis who aspires to become a “mad scientist”. Curtis is a true genius who performs illegal full-body human cloning and develops the first successful brain scanning device.

As our story progresses over a forty year period, the future of the world is rapidly deteriorating. Felix and Monique have aged gracefully, but are given the opportunity by their diabolical friend, Curtis to become young and attractive once again to rekindle their romance. Will their newfound youthfulness lead to ultimate happiness? – Or will something go tragically wrong?

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