The cloning of Joanna May

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Penguin Books, Feb 1, 1991 - Fiction - 265 pages
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A scintillating, exuberant, ruthlessly acute observer of her time, author Fay Weldon leaps into a future where individual identity is infinitely more elusive. In The Cloing of Joanna May, she has created an enthralling novel about male control and female power, and a new age of women for whom almost anything is possible.

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User Review  - Aley Martin - Goodreads

Meh. I thought it would be as good as She Devil, but I really plodded through it, wishing it would end. She had a great premise, it just was not as focused as I would have liked it to be. Read full review

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User Review  - Kathy-Ann Fletcher - Goodreads

It is funny in spots but can seem dreary at others. But the subject matter is definitely intriguing yet it ends in an unbelieveable manner. Read full review

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About the author (1991)

Fay Weldon was born in England and raised in New Zealand. Her novels and short stories are bestsellers around the world. Her film and television work has been accorded great critical acclaim. She lives and works in London.

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