The Book of Adam: Autobiography of the First Human Clone

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Adam's memoir draws us into a world where it's soon common to have your genetic twin born after your death: the bigotry he faces in youth, haunting dreams of the man from whom he was cloned, and his inner search for his soul. A search shadowed by his fear of death and a multigenerational family drama in which, like the House Atreus, the players seem fated to struggle with the sins of the father.
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Reviews of The Book of Adam: Autobiography of the First Human Clone by Robert M. Hopper

Haley Rogers reviewed on April 10, 2011

Loved this book and missed the characters as soon as I was finished. The story was well thought out and insightful.
(reviewed 22 days after purchase)
rlparker reviewed on Aug. 10, 2010

This is a really good book. It successfully maintains a balance of melancholy and humor throughout. It's suspenseful. It has characters that you care about. It deserves to be more widely read. My congratulations to the author!
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Timothy Nix reviewed on Aug. 9, 2010

(I purchased this at iBooks)

This book is terrific, and I gave it a good recommendation at MobileRead. It is a book about the best and worst of humanity, and what it means to be human. This book made me think, to wonder what about myself I would and would not want a future version of myself to know. The writer is talented and has made a very enjoyable book. I couldn't put it down and finished it in two days. I highly recommend this book.

Bambi Nix (DixieGal)
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