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Chained Reflections [Kindle Edition]

T. R. Brown
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Book Description

When everyone doubts your humanity, can you hang on to being humane?



The sequel to The Face in the Mirror: a transhuman identity crisis.

Todd Hershel had tried to start a new life in the artificial islands of the Libertarian Colonies. A place where humans and escaped neo-people, genetically engineered anthropomorphic animals, lived as equals. Having her brain transplanted into one of their bodies had given Todd common cause with these bioengineered escaped slaves. When an attack by her former homeland tore Todd's family apart, she couldn't stay in her new home. Not when a chance to challenge the legality of enslaving her new people arose.
When a dishonest judge unites with the industrial system that profits from the enslavement of neos Todd finds herself stripped of the rights she'd had as a human and forced into slavery. Escape and flight is her only choice.
To regain her freedom will be arduous. To free her people seems impossible.
When her road to freedom brings her into the hands of the family that raised Shade, the young woman who had provided her new feline body, Todd finds it difficult to be sure who she really is anymore.
Can Todd regain her freedom, reunite her family and stop the struggle for neo-person freedom from becoming a race war?

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  • Print Length: 566 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1491217634
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00ECIT0S4
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5.0 out of 5 stars As sequels go, this is an excellent one. January 5, 2014
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As sequels, go I am used to them floundering on the premise of the original story. Chained reflections can stand on its own without the original book, but l would make you want to go back and read it.

I sincerely hope there is a third book to come out of this. How will the characters get their rights, how will things turn out, what kind conflicts will arise.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Don't let the cover art fool you! October 30, 2013
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This being the sequel to "The Face in the Mirror: a transhuman identity crisis (Reflections)" I suggest you read that first or be ready for a majorly confusing read....Well even then you might be a bit confused as you go through the adventure of a man turned female anthro-morphic feline, has her family ripped apart and fights for every right any human should have.

Only thing I would have liked to see would have been a tiny but more humor for defusing such a serious topic. It gets heavy and stays that way besides the now and then comment. But over all a great read.
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More About the Author

Born in Salt Lake City, Utah in 1970, I have been writing for most of my life but have previously only had research papers and technical documents published. A cancer survivor, my day job is, ironically, as a biologist in a lab that looks for genetic markers for hereditary cancer. When not working or writing I enjoy spending time with my wife and daughter, reading, gaming and going to the movies.

So far, my only published works are the first two volumes of my Reflections series, The Face in the Mirror: a transhuman Identity Crisis and Chained Reflections. I plan a third volume Reflections of Hope for mid to late 2014. I have plans for something with a different setting to come in 2015 but may return to the world of the Reflections series at some point in the future.

If you're curious about parts of the Reflections setting that didn't get elaborated on in the text, or would like updates on how long you need to wait for the next book you can check out //www.facebook.com/TheFaceInTheMirror. Constructive criticism can also be directed to that site, I'm always looking for ways to improve my writing. If you did enjoy my book please rate it and let your friends know. Even better submit a review and let everyone know.

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