Clones

Rated 4.00/5 based on 2 reviews
How would you raise yourself?

Your cloned child is a mirror, simultaneously reflecting who you are and what you might have been. It's potential was your potential. Can your clone achieve those dreams that fell to the wayside in your own life, or is it doomed to repeat your mistakes? More
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Professional software developer who writes science fiction as a hobby. Very interested in Hard SF filled with scientific plausibility and scientific process. My blog is mostly devoted to computer science with occasional detours into fiction reviews and coverage of general science.

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Elfwreck reviewed on on March 12, 2012

Some interesting concepts being played with, and good character interactions, but overall a bit flat. The stories all seem to assume modern USAn-esque nuclear-family structures as the norm, and the clone stories are variants of that. They're good stories--just not particularly mind-expanding.

I'd recommend this to people who haven't read much science fiction but would like to try some, but don't want to be overwhelmed by a genre laden with complex tropes.

Enjoyable to read; I just kept waiting for the weird scifi to kick in, and it didn't. Instead, these are somewhat like stories that modern-day TV shows involving clones might be.
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Bridget Squires reviewed on on Jan. 19, 2011

One of the best stories I have EVER read here on smashwords. I could not stop reading! The different perspectives, the delightful personal aspects each story contained and the fantastic writing absorbed me completely. I will certainly be sharing this link on my Facebook wall and everywhere else I can because this book NEEDS to be read since it has something for everyone. Great job!
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