S. Alan Schweitzer's Latest Science Fiction Raises Questions about the Implications of Human Cloning
The year is 2095 and cloning human beings has become the norm. Howard Questor is a cloned replicate of a man in a high level position in a company called Cybele, a research institution which has created and benefitted from the medical and scientific breakthrough of cloning humans.
"Questor" chronicles the intensely personal, anguished search that Howard embarks on to probe deeply within himself to ascertain the reason for his creation. He continually asks himself, "Who am I?" Along the way he'll meet both friends and enemies, and he's lied to and tortured as he grows ever closer to the truth.
The continuing quest to improve humans and nature through scientific experiments can have far-reaching implications, possibilities that are explored in this fast-paced, engaging new book.
By S. Alan Schweitzer
Hardcover | 6 x 9 in | 182 pages | ISBN 9781481705103
Softcover | 6 x 9 in | 182 pages | ISBN 9781481705110
E-Book | 182 pages | ISBN 9781481705097
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About the Author
S. Alan Schweitzer was born in the Philadelphia area and moved to Bridgeton, N.J., for his elementary and secondary school years. He received his bachelor's degree from Centre College in Danville, Ky., and a doctorate from Rutgers University. He taught Spanish at several colleges and universities before attending library school in the 1970s, after which he began working as a reference librarian in Lorain, Ohio. Schweitzer is married with one son and is also the author of "The Carradine Legacy," "In Search of Neva," "The Bracelet" and "Zone 2."
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