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The Birthing Audiobook

The Birthing

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This is the story of Professor Edgar Pelion ,who creates a replicator. He finds more than a way to clone people. He finds proof of a single universal soul. Edgar gets more than he bargains for when he realizes that people under hypnosis, speaking languages, accurately recounting things, are not demon possessed but having recollection of their former lives. He makes an exact copy of himself. He has an empathic link to the clone. He can feel what the replicant is feeling. It turns its gaze, and their eyes lock. It is like a lightning bolt, as they each know what the other is thinking. He freezes in fear as the other becomes aware that he will have to destroy it.

©2012, 2013, 2014, 2015 Robert Stetson (P)2015 Robert Stetson

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    George Aldershot Hants, United Kingdom 19/05/2015
    George Aldershot Hants, United Kingdom 19/05/2015
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    "Meandering and Ameteurish"

    This was a story that was about 45 minutes too long. It introduced information that was not relevant and at times was overly flowery in its language. A sure sign of a writer beginning his first attempts at descriptive language that did not help this story in any way.

    The introduction of the protagonists wife was simply padding and completely unnecesary. I was not impressed at all.

    Why Audible has it on its book list is beyond me.

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