FREE shipping on qualifying offers. David Chance, the unknowing offspring of a long-forgotten experiment that produced genetically engineered child geniuses.
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I'm always looking for SF writers that I'm not familiar w/ who might be producing work outside of the series-w/-hero formula that many SF writers resort to, presumably for financial reasons.
Classic style-Clones/gene ent intrusio. com User, September 27, 2004. It's about a young orphan who became a journalist, sucked into a drama of intrigue, secrecy, murder, science and gene manipulation, psychology, and unadulterated government abuse of power.
George Turner (1916-1997) George Reginald Turner was an Australian writer and critic, best known for the science fiction novels written in the later part of his career. His mainstream novel, The Cupboard Under the Stairs won the Miles Franklin Award, Australia's highest literary honour. His best-known SF novel, The Drowning Towers, was published in the UK under the title The Sea and Summer, and won the second Arthur C. Clarke Award in 1988
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David Chance has been raised in an orphanage and, now an adult, finds that he is the child of a man genetically modified before birth by a group of scientists experimenting in increasing human intelligence and creativity. But his father is dead.
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Young journalist David Chance, who had thought himself an orphan, receives a message from his real father, Arthur Hazard, urging David to join him in exploring the unpublicized and unplumbed aspects of the ng project that produced Arthur and others but eventually ended in disaster.
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Brain child, George Turner Morrow New York 1991. Australian/Harvard Citation. 1991, Brain child, George Turner Morrow New York. You must be logged in to Tag Records. Book, Online - Google Books. Turner, George, 1916-1997.