My Brother's Keeper

Rated 4.50/5 based on 4 reviews
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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Words: 7,890
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301174591
About JT Pearson

About the author
JT Pearson studied writing at The University of Minnesota. He now lives in Wisconsin near his parents, most of his fifteen siblings, and their children. When he’s not writing he spends the majority of his time with an army of extremely small, dirty-faced beggars who are often missing at least one shoe, talk funny, are short a few teeth, and regularly pick his pockets for gum and small change whenever he’s distracted.
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Review by: James Jenkins on Aug. 20, 2013 :
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 :
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 :
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 :
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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