Comorbid Part 1

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Parents can have their childrens' genes sequenced for free when their children turn thirteen. A young fifteen-year-old freshmen by the name of June is ninety percent predisposed to borderline personality disorder. She is hopelessly in love with a mysterious boy named Mercury who, if rumors around the school were to be believed, likely had the psychopath gene. More
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About the Series: Comorbid: Bound by Genes
Are humans made up of genes and a mass of organs, or is there more to them? June, just one of the residents of Ghrun who had their genes frequenced for free at age thirteen, was lectured about how she is predisposed for the borderline personality gene, ponders that question throughout her life. She has a blessed life at first--rich parents and she wants for nothing--but, as she progresses through life, she slowly begins spiraling out of control due to her genes. There is only one stable thing in her life, her love and eternal pining for a young man named Mercury who is so mysterious it seems as if he isn't even real at times. However, June finds out he is ninety percent predisposed for the psychopath (or antisocial) personality gene.

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Review by: James Jenkins on Nov. 18, 2017 :
I was expecting something a bit more focused on the genetic testing, but it is more of a background item.

This is young adult struggle with peer pressure and morality. Not overly good or bad.
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