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Scholastic, 2002 - Human cloning - 257 pages
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Jordan Finch's dad is a top scientist in the field of human cloning. But Jordan isn't sure about his dad's crusade to be the first to clone a human being-he's seen what cloning does to monkeys: the deformities, the early deaths...And he becomes even less sure after meeting the enigmatic Maynard. Maynard befriends Jordan in the hope of getting to Jordan's father. He has to stop Patrick Finch before he takes the final step and seals humankind's fate-a bleak future in which natural reproduction no longer exists...

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User Review  - Raqeeba Dolley - Goodreads

Real disappointment. Not gripping enuf for a thriller. The summary was betther than the book itself. Read full review


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Malcolm Rose is the author of more than twenty-five novels for young adults. A former professor of chemistry, he is a well-known crime and thriller writer. Rose has won many awards over the years, including the Angus Book Award for Tunnel Vision and the Lancashire Book of the Year Award for Plague. His first book in the Traces series, Framed!, was selected as a 2006 Best International Book by the International Reading Association.

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