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More than 4 million babies are born in the United States each year, but in the near future, that number is regulated by the government. Babies are created in test tubes, and leased to those deserving. It’s controlled, and safe. Until there’s a glitch in the system, and 1 million leased newborns, known as Units, have to be [RECALLED].

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Published: March 22, 2010
Words: 3,270
Language: English
About James Melzer

James Melzer is an award-winning novelist and short story writer. Since branching out on his own to become a self-published author in 2011, Melzer has sold more than half-a-million eBooks around the globe in various genres.

He currently resides in Pennsylvania with his wife, stepdaughter, and husky.

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Review by: Patrick Pillars on April 15, 2010 : star star star star star
I liked this story because as a reader I was pulled right into the narrative, I was taken 'there'. The end got me, and I like that, a real good horror story, well done.
(review of free book)

Review by: Dragon's Gold on April 14, 2010 : star star star star star
[RECALL] is one of the most haunting stories I've read in a long time. He twists reality, bending it to his own shocking viewpoint, leaving his readers gasping with horror upon revelation.
(review of free book)

Review by: Paul Cooley on April 13, 2010 : star star star star
Dystopia. Stories like this grow out of fear of the futrue of genetic manipulation and the idea that there could be consequences. Melzer tackles the issue in an interesting way, making the narrator interesting even as his job is a terrible task. Well done view of a possible future.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Dan Rabarts on April 09, 2010 : star star star star
Melzer hits the nail on the head with this one, expertly weaving a terrible yet hauntingly possible world twisted by human idealism and broken by human failure.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

Review by: Drew Beatty on April 06, 2010 : star star star star star
Within a few short pages James Melzer manages to create a horribly realistic dystopia and a protaganist who is a perfect reflection of his society. Written with grace, wit and a hell of a lot of menace, this story is sure to entertain.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

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