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Sunday, March 15, 2009

The Clone Alliance by Steven Kent

The title is misleading. I expected to see the clones recognize the discrimination they face and rebel. Wayson Harris does lose his awe of the United Authority government and their representatives. His suspicion that his innate respect for the U.A. was genetically programmed may be incorrect as events lead him to reject their authority. The rebellion appears to be thwarted but leads to the creation or discovery of an even greater threat. The interaction between the Marine clones and the Seal clones is a microcosm reflection of minority interaction in our own society. There is enough detailed conflict to satisfy the action buff and enough thought provoking prose to give the intellectual pause. I enjoyed the book and recommend it.

Body of work of Steven Kent


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