My Brother's Keeper

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Wealthy, retired tycoon Charles Stanford is sneaking around behind his brother's back with his wife when he finds out that his brother is terminal with cancer. Charles contacts a company that has had success fighting cancer by exchanging human and animal DNA. Instead of curing the cancer they create a chimera for Charles, a dog that carries much of his brother's DNA. Things go wrong. More
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Published: March 15, 2013
Words: 7,890
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301174591
About JT Pearson

JT Pearson is possibly more myth than reality. It is widely believed that he has been around for thousands of years. Archeological digs have uncovered Grecian artwork that suggests that they prayed to him to cure ailments of the feet. Irish legend insists that JT Pearson is that movement in shadow that you’re not certain that you actually saw, or that image at the edge of your peripheral vision that vanishes when you turn toward it. In the upper Midwest of the United States people had claimed that they had several images of JT Pearson captured on film but they were all poor quality and eventually proven to be hoaxes. It is only recently that an artist rendering was discovered in the attic of an old convent that is believed to be authentic. President Richard Nixon had claimed before his death that JT Pearson was the specter that haunted his boyhood home, and quite possibly the reason that his mother left his father for a short time. Nestled among all of these legends and hearsay is the accusation that he is the author of this sight and responsible for the drivel that has been filling your head. Lawyers for JT Pearson advise that if you read his work you do so at your own peril and no form of compensation either monetary or otherwise will be offered for any injuries permanent or short term which are incurred within the pages of his stories. If you’d like to communicate with JT Pearson either burn a photograph of yourself and sprinkle the ashes into the wind at dusk or you may take the more conventional route at thehungryrobot2005@gmail.com P.S. look for novels coming in the near future. For now, please enjoy the many short stories that he has provided for you to read for free. Feedback is much appreciated.

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Review by: James Jenkins on Aug. 20, 2013 : star star star star
Reads well, you will enjoy your time spent with it, but it won't follow you around when you have finished it.
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Review by: Geneva Boettcher on June 02, 2013 : star star star star star
I won't forget this story any time soon! I loved the ending.
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Review by: vaughn richards on March 24, 2013 : star star star star star
This is a superb story with an excellent ending. I love the topic of this story because it is apropos for time we're living. The morality relating to this subject will certainly be a controversial topic in the years coming. Well developed characters, a great plot, and the strangest love triangle that I have ever encountered. A must read for sci fi fans.
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Review by: Woodrow Watson on March 15, 2013 : star star star star
This is the third story I read by this dude. One of my friends told me that he had a new one out and he said he really dug it. I liked it but not as much as the other 2 that I read by this guy. A little too much of the techinal DNA stuff. But it's cool though. I was thrown for a second by the ending I had to go back for a second. This dude likes the misdirection ending. Cool read. Definately recommend.
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