Clone

Clone

Richard Cowper John Middleton Murry Jr. / Feb 25, 2020

Clone Can four clones saint like with perfect eidetic memories rather plain features find happiness in the brutish world of Or will they instead learn to accept the nasty conditions of life aboard a

  • Title: Clone
  • Author: Richard Cowper John Middleton Murry Jr.
  • ISBN: 9780704311169
  • Page: 105
  • Format: Paperback
  • Can four clones, saint like, with perfect eidetic memories rather plain features, find happiness in the brutish world of 2072 Or will they instead learn to accept the nasty conditions of life aboard a packed harrassed Earth Sprung illegally from Dr Poynter s fertile imagination sterile test tubes, nurtured separately by the current working class of intCan four clones, saint like, with perfect eidetic memories rather plain features, find happiness in the brutish world of 2072 Or will they instead learn to accept the nasty conditions of life aboard a packed harrassed Earth Sprung illegally from Dr Poynter s fertile imagination sterile test tubes, nurtured separately by the current working class of intelligent apes, Alvin, Bruce, Colin Desmond alike as podded peas are blissfully unaware of each other s existence till some awfully odd events begin to occur That is, Alvin claims to have remembrances of things yet to come One of those things is a gorgeous green eyed girl Not to speak of the psychic teleportational talents the four develop when together, which understandably threaten alarm the Omniscient Authorities Not to mention the havoc they play on this tightly tuned society when they decide to give the bureaucracy just a taste of their awesome powers.

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      • Richard Cowper John Middleton Murry Jr.

        Pen name for John Middleton Murry, Jr.


    928 Comments

    1. Really fun read, light, not very technical, and only scratches the surface of a dystopian Europe. However, that's not the story the author wants to tell, instead we are lead on a chase, and as usual chases end abruptly. I don't mind that the book ends abruptly, in fact I really enjoyed the ending. I recommend it as light science fiction, it's definitely better than the fare we see on the shelves today.


    2. Alvin has no memory of his early life - he's a bit dim, his ears stick out and his best friend is an intelligent ape named Norbert. But when he starts seeing a green eyed angel, things start to go wrong. He's kidnapped by the Universal Anthropod Brotherhood, nearly gets killed during an experiment in controlled murderous behaviour and starts to remember his past life. And he meets his angel And he realises there are three more people, just like him.This was really funny and the story was great. [...]


    3. This story ended more strangely, and more abruptly than it managed to begin with. Still, overall I was very pleased and entertained, especially taking into consideration that I had no idea what to expect from an early 70's British Science Fiction novel I found for a dime in a junk shop.The clones thing was fun. The eidetic stuff, kind of interesting. The smart apes pretty cool. The story itself? Well, it was good enough that I plan to read more of his things.


    4. "John Middleton Murry, Jr. (May 9, 1926–March 31, 2002) was an English writer who used the names Colin Murry and Richard Cowper" and who wrote this science fiction novel under the latter name in 1972. So far as I recall, it was mildly amusing.









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