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The Book of Adam: Autobiography of the First Human Clone Paperback – February 22, 2010
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About the Author
Robert M. Hopper grew up in San Diego, but has also enjoyed living in many cities in California as well as NYC and Prescott, Arizona. He received his BA in History from SDSU, and has had the pleasure of working as a theatre reviewer, technical writer, small-town newspaper publisher, and bookstore clerk. He is the founder of the National Youth Arts. This is his debut novel. www.robhopper.com
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I thoroughly enjoyed it and thats pretty good considering I'm the author's hardest critic. Just call me Dad.
This has NOTHING to do with that
It is about science fiction CLONING ONLY.
The author clearly tries to make money by exploiting those who are looking for looking for the kabbalistic Book Of Adam. It is clearly a very shallow attempt at piggy backing on the original book to simply get sales and hoping that people will not ask for a refund.
Which I did BTW, first time ever.
I'm an avid reader and have read many new authors since getting my Kindle over a year ago. This author has a remarkable voice and flair for storytelling, while also raising important societal issues. He deals with them in such a compassionate way, posing many thought-provoking questions on moral issues regarding cloning, humanity's search for longevity, and fear of death. All of which makes for great discussion topics!
I was caught up in Adam's story and felt sad for him or cheered for him. One of those stories that I honestly didn't want to end. Looking forward to continuing the journey into the world of Adam and his family. Actually, halfway through it, I checked to see if Robert Hopper's next one was out, not ready to leave the life of Adam just yet (you can email or FB him from [...]). Unfortunately, he's still working on the second book. In the meantime, I've started reading this one again! Enjoy!
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