Led by his curiosity and fueled by intelligence, Dr. Marcus Leon embarks on what he believes is the greatest scientific experiment of all time. One that ignites a firestorm of controversy. Not only does Marcus intend to extract DNA from the blood trapped in the Shroud of Turin, but he will clone the image upon it.
The experiment is a success, and the masses embrace the clone as the embodiment of Christ, failing to recognize that science can replicate the body but cannot touch the soul.
Devoid of this essential spirit, the clone is nothing more than a directionless vessel in need of a captain. A position quickly filled. The arrival of the clone begins the end to all humanity.
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By J Smith on 15-12-17
Wish I’d read the book!
Unfortunately I couldn’t get past the monotone voice of the narrator; I couldn’t distinguish which character was saying what and the tone and pace didn’t seem to change even when disaster was occurring.
I think I would have enjoyed the story more if I’d read the book myself. I’m really intrigued as to what happens in the rest of the trilogy, but I can’t listen to the same narrator again.
I wouldn’t usually spend a credit on only 4 hours of audio either when there’s so many appealing books offering 10-12 hours or more.
This is an unbiased review of a free review copy received via Audiobook Boom.
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By JEYCEE on 14-12-17
The story is interesting, and could have been quite good. However, the main character, Reggie, is so irritating . She is a grown woman in her thirties, and a mother of a young son, who has the behavior and dialog of a teenager. So many times I wanted to give up on this book, but I pushed through.
7 of 7 people found this review helpful
By Spooky Mike on 14-03-18
Having read the publisher's summary I knew that I had to listen to this trilogy. Have to say I wasn't let down. This book isn't standalone by any means so there is only a slight climax and ends at the start of everything. This whole book is pretty much a buildup to the second book.
Not your typical end of the world story and so far it is definitely seeming like a cool story. The premise of the story is quite outrageous, but done quite well and approached the same way I would expect it to be in real life, or at least how Hollywood tells me real life is. Not sure that the science behind any of this is correct but that doesn’t impact the story itself.
I actually don't really care for either of the two main protagonists. The only person who actually seems to make any sense is Kyle. Devante is so far my favorite. I know you shouldn't root for the bad guy but his character is the most intriguing and the most fun. I know Reggie is supposed to be the fun one but she annoys me.
Rick Gregory does a great job narrating and I really enjoyed his Devante voice.
I was voluntarily provided this free review copy audiobook by the author, narrator, or publisher.
4 of 4 people found this review helpful