Broken Faith

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When empathic gene engineer, Keeper Sonja discovers she was unknowingly impregnated with the first talented embryo she created, she is determined to abort, until she realises the fifteen-week-old embryo is already self-aware and mind speaking to her, leaving her only one option: flee the complex to protect him from testing and termination. More
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About Diane J Cornwell

Diane J Cornwell learnt to read before she started school at the age of five. At school she learnt to write the words she already recognized. She loved going to school. When she was asked to write a story on her holiday activities, Diane wrote a story on what she wanted to do, not what she did, and earned an “A” grade for the homework. That started her on a life of writing fiction.

A bi-product of all that reading was creating her own stories about determined characters who try to make the right decisions the first time during their adventures. Stories she can read over and over again just for the pleasure of revisiting the characters.

Diane wrote her first full length novel in 2007, and hopes to have many more stories created in the coming years.

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Reviews of Broken Faith by Diane J Cornwell

Prudence MacLeod reviewed on Nov. 9, 2012

I grabbed this book for something to read on breaks. I wanted something I could easily put down and come back to later. Big mistake. I got drawn in and spent a pleasant evening curled up as I read it through.
Diana has created an interesting world and a sympathetic set of characters. I truly enjoyed the story. Loved the ending.
(reviewed 22 days after purchase)
Independent Bookworm reviewed on July 24, 2011

I had the honor to be a beta-reader for this book, and I liked it so much I bought my own copy so I could comment on it. Diana manages to create a world that's different to ours, yet her characters face the same problems we have in our world: Who do you trust, how far can science go before becoming inhuman, what's love. I highly recommend this book and its sequels.
(reviewed 17 days after purchase)
Margene Kiefer reviewed on Aug. 9, 2010
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I enjoyed this book a lot. It is well written with a look into the future. I would read more books by this author.
(reviewed 22 days after purchase)
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