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Genetically Privileged - Redux by A.W. Daniels starts with an introduction to Joe and Mary Christianson, a childless couple who, like many couples unable to conceive naturally, are at a fertility clinic looking to science and modern medicine to conceive a child. So far, so good. What happens next though, as they are caught up in the web of new genetic engineering techniques including cloning, and producing “children that are made to order” with specific physical characteristics and mental abilities, is nothing short of intriguing and fascinating. Would the children conceived out of this process be like other, “normal” children? What will society be like with a mixture of “normal” and “specially manufactured” people? Would these genetically made-to-order beings think, act, behave like normal humans? These and questions like these, some of which are answered in this book, are what make this book stand out for me and leave me wanting to know more.
Genetically Privileged - Redux by A.W. Daniels is a science fiction novel that takes us into the realms of genetic manipulation and artificially modified DNA. It is an absolutely fascinating glimpse into the marvels of modern medicine and how far it can take us as a human race. A.W. Daniels has written an outstanding book that seems well-researched and makes readers feel excited about the possibilities of the future. The writing flows extremely well and at no point does the reader feel bored or out-of-depth, considering the subject matter. The characters are wonderfully drawn and really make one empathize with them. Overall, I thoroughly enjoyed reading this book and can’t wait for part II in the series.