The decade of death: earthquakes, famines and devastating plagues that have swept the nations has left twenty-third century mankind weary and praying for salvation. They find it in the form of the Genetic Replicate Neural Uplinking Process, a fantastic new cloning device that will upload a person’s memories, personality and thoughts and deliver them intact when a clone is downloaded. However, their new saviour is not as perfect as first thought, and there is more than one snake in the grass. Our hero, William Quinn, still a virgin, a marine that hasn’t been popped and been reissued, has to deal with the devastating consequences of a population over-reliant on technology – before things become hell on Earth. Quinn navigates a minefield of political and scientific cover-ups and the entrenched belief that the sanctity of the human genome is paramount. In his search for the truth he might just discover the answer to the question that has been asked since the dawn of mankind ... what does it mean to be human?
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