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Writer and artist, Ryan M. Williams, author of more than twenty novels, writes across a range of genres including fantasy, science fiction, romance, paranormal, and mystery. He holds a master degree from Seton Hill University in writing popular fiction. His short fiction has appeared in anthologies from Pocket Books, WMG Publishing, and in On Spec Magazine.
on June 22, 2011 :
Brock Marsden is not your average detective, not after the genetic alterations, or the Torlian coffee that some worlds consider an illegal stimulant, and Brice doesn't like him. But, sometimes, extra help is needed to solve high-profile murders, and this is one of those times. And how many more will die before this monster is caught?
If you like science fiction and a great mystery, you'll enjoy this story.
"You are not human?"
"I guess that's a matter of debate. I think of myself as human, mostly. A Moreau is someone who has added DNA from other species to their own. . . ."
Dyami's lip curled up. He shuddered. For several seconds he didn't say anything. Finally, his translator spoke haltingly.
"You have modified your life-code?"
"I guess you can say that."
Another shudder shook his large frame. "How is this possible? Is it not a crime?"
"A crime? Why? An individual should have the right to make their own decisions. If I modify my DNA how does that affect you?"
"It corrupts your life-code! The sanctity of the code must not be violated!" Dyami shuddered again. "It is unthinkable."
(reviewed 4 months after purchase)
on Feb. 02, 2011 :
I have read this book, as well as The Gingerbread House and all I can say is please please please continue this series. Brock Marsden is a tough guy but as human as it gets. In fact, all of the main characters are well written and only seem to develop better and better. I look forward to a long and successful franchise of Moreau Society novels. The second installment is just as great. Some of the new characters introduced in book two are most intriguing. I'm going to read these two more than once.
(reviewed 26 days after purchase)