Rated 4.60/5 based on 5 reviews
As an uberhuman replicator, Carlos is able to peel another copy of himself whenever he needs company or back-up. However, someone wants to test the extent of these abilities by systematically assassinating his 'tribe' while on holiday in Puerto Rico. More
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Words: 5,190
Language: English
ISBN: 9781476039077
About Ben Langdon

Ben Langdon lives and works in Portland, Australia. As well as writing short fiction, he is working on a novel, growing three children (heroes-in-training) and teaching at the local high school.

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Review by: John Toad on Dec. 03, 2013 :
I enjoyed the story but it seems a lot of authors don't understand the category 'Graphic Novel'.
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Review by: Louise Findlay on March 01, 2013 :
I really enjoyed the tribe. It was short but captivated your attention. I have read it many times. I hope to read many more stories of the tribe.

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Review by: Marianne Curtis on Dec. 23, 2012 :
Stepping into the world of science fiction or fantasy is a huge leap of faith for me; but I am glad that I didn’t look ahead, and in this case, I jumped. I downloaded this book without any illusions or preludes. I didn’t even read the description – and I was NOT disappointed. I love the concept – the ability to clone one-self and how it could be a great benefit or not. I think the author did a great job creating intrigue. It makes the reader want to know what could happen if this was possible and how far the main character would go with this ability. Awesome story!

Marianne Curtis
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Review by: Jenni Warburton on Nov. 03, 2012 :
This is good. It leaves the reader with confidence knowing that there could be many, many more stories to come from the Tribe. I'll read as many as I can!
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Review by: Stephen B5 Jones on June 21, 2012 :
The story is well considered from beginning to end. The hero, annoying at first, but he grows on you. A welcome addition to the superhero genre, and an enjoyable read.
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