Genetically Privileged and Genetically Conflicted by A.W. Daniels

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I am posting my review of both of these books at the same time, because you will want to have them both on hand before you start reading. As soon as you finish Genetically Privileged, you will immediately go to Genetically Conflicted.

Imagine if you could choose the genetic makeup of your child.

Would this be a blessing or a curse?

A couple, unable to have children on their own, are unwittingly pulled into this web and discover it truly is both a blessing and a curse.

They love their son, yet he advances so quickly I got the feeling they missed the experience of having an actual baby/toddler phase, and this is a big, important and interesting take on the field of Genetics.

Genetically Privileged is full of secrets, lies, twists and turns and is hard to put down.

I immediately started reading Genetically Conflicted, which pulls you into a strong action scene from the first sentence.

See, the Genetically Privileged are segregated in a way, since they are far more advanced. This brings other multiple issues into their lives.

Readers of Science-Fiction and action and mystery will love these books and I’m looking forward to see more of this story.

 

Here are the links for purchase:

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