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The Hybrid (The Wild Clan Sagas) (Volume 2) Paperback – August 13, 2015
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Christine Murphy started her writing career at a young age even before she was putting words to paper. Living in the Midwest left her with plenty of time to read and develop her creative mind. Her first short story was written in grade school and was in a fantasy-type style. Later she took an online course in writing and created another story based on the adventures of a Native-American youth searching for her purpose in life and filled with lots of symbology. Science-fiction fantasy was her main reading preference but quickly shifted to romance. In the beginning she preferred Contemporary Romance but that didn't last long when she discovered Christine Feehan and JR Ward. Paranormal Romance had infected her and she read as much of it as her voracious mind could adsorb. Eventually Christine joined the work force, and although she continued to read, she didn't pursue her need to create her own worlds other than in her head. Finally her career brought her to a small town outside the Tampa Bay area in Florida. This is where she finally realized time is too short to put off those enjoyments in life. Within two years she had completed an entire series - The Sphinx Warriors Series, and started the first book of The Wild Clan Sagas. Currently she continues to write from her Florida home while looking out her back lanai to a small pond where the wild-life gathers and the flowers bloom in exotic pinks and purples. This is her place of peace and freedom she has searched for all her life and where her husband and crazy African Gray Parrot, Raider, hang out with her. It’s the place where her creativity runs wild while she spins tales of adventure and passion. She captures the unique characters, civilizations, conflict, passion, and love in her writing from the fantasies which still spin in her head. She captures the strong, spirited, and powerfully attracted characters and all of their adventures and share it with others who are searching for that very thing to make their lives more exciting. If she accomplishes nothing else in life, she hopes to share the romantically magical worlds and the lovers she sees with all of the passionate readers out there. Her next projects are continuing to work on her Wild Clan Sagas and her Midnight Riders Series as she partners with KnightFall Publishing and CK Productions.
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Christine Murphy has introduced us to a world where who we are and what you do in life is dictated by the color of your hair, skin, and eye color. In this world, the company, BioGen, is determined in creating the perfect being. Mind you, they already have, but they were afraid of the powers these perfect creatures exhibited. Because of this, they were forced to do away with what they'd created.
The author has taken such a touchy subject in real life and presented it in such a way that it truly makes you think about the consequences of toying with humanity. What would happen if we were to actually do what BioGen does in her book? Would humanity remain as it is now? Or would it change completely when the time came?
As it is now, we do deal with issues of cloning. Granted, it's only been done on animals, thus far, but who's to say it hasn't been done on humans? We just don't know about it, right?
I found The Hybrid to be quite intriguing. It not only deals with the issue of toying with someone's DNA to create something better, but it also deals with topics such as abuse and the ability to love. What gives someone the right to prevent another from loving someone else? Who should determine who and what we become later on in life?
The company, BioGen, sort of reminds me of Resident Evil's, Umbrella Corporation. Whereas Umbrella strives to create the perfect bio-weapon, BioGen strives to create the best being and life possible. Both companies hope to achieve an end to their own means. Granted, things fishtail out of control in doing so.
A truly engrossing story, The Hybrid delves deeper in the mysteries surrounding BioGen. It presents us with Sara's plight and what she does in order to stay alive. I enjoyed this unique read and definitely plan on catching up on book one since I started this series out of turn. The Hybrid is like a standalone novel, however, and gives you just enough information so that you don't get confused as to what's happened since book one.
Please Note: I was given a complimentary copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.
***Reviewer for Paranormal Romance and Authors that Rock***