Book Reviews of Embryo

Author: Charles Wilson
ISBN-13: 9780312968243
ISBN-10: 0312968248
Publication Date: 2/1999
Pages: 304
  • Currently 3.5/5 Stars.

3.5 stars, based on 15 ratings
Publisher: St. Martin's Press
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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a highly entertaining story about an experiment that will no doubt become medical fact
rather than fiction- we can only wonder about the consequences. William T Branch MD
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Fast-paced thriller with echoes of the Frankenstein story and a well-drawn main character. The romance subplot is a bit shaky, but the main plot carries the story well.
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In Mexico...the charred remains of a medical clinic hold a clue to an experiment that can change the world.
In Los Angeles...a famous model, desperate to have a baby of her own, sends a detective to track down a legend...and a doctor missing for twenty years.
In Biloxi, Mississippi...a little boy plays with matches and smiles.
In a Secret Location...the radical procedure begins, leading to a scientific miracle...or the beginning of a nightmare.

What does the next step in high-tech reproduction hold for humankind? In a tale as real as tomorrow's headlines, a rich, successful woman takes a desperate gamble to have a child. A young lawyer discovers a fatal flaw in an unethical experiment. And a new life begins--a life that could signal a revolution in modern medicine...or the end of us all.