The Bradbury Report

The Bradbury Report

A Novel

Book - 2009
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In the year 2071, the United States has implemented a wide-scale, government-run cloning program tied directly to health insurance. Each U.S. citizen has a clone to fulfill his or her medical needs. Twenty years since the program's inception, no one outside government has seen their copy, and no clone has successfully escaped--until now.
Publisher: New York : Weinstein Books, c2009
ISBN: 9781602861220
Characteristics: 326 p. ; 24 cm


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Oct 24, 2012

I could not get past the first 30 pages of turgid writing. Maybe he was trying to emulate someone who was not a writer. If so, well done....

Jun 04, 2011

I think Steven Polansky could be an ethical advocate for the protection of clones. The story tells a dark side of human nature. Even clones have feelings too. After I read this, I thought about that song 'Why can't We be Friends' by War and U2's 'Miss Sarajevo' and 'Mothers Of The Disappeared'. One final thought, my clone and I would be bar buddies and go hang out at Game Works playing the Street Fighters game or Marios.


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