Roman DNA $1.00 on Kindle
Roman DNA describes our not-too future world with human cloning. With strong character development, some unforgettable heroes and villains race through plot twists and revelations into a surprisingly plausible world of precarious double standards and ethical crises. It guides the reader to ponder whether life is just a self-sustaining chemical reaction or if DNA is only a visible description of life.
Roman DNA begins in Glasburgh, Scotland when a leader in cloning technology falls prey to greed and arrogance and becomes associated with the Russian mafia. They assist the professor in kidnapping his team and relocating them to the Libyan Desert. They are successful in cloning extremist leaders, but the professor then begins cloning ancient Roman soldiers to produce a disruptive fighting force for the extremists. A flashback to Jerusalem in the first century A.D. links the DNA source to the future Roman clones.
The extremist-sponsored team deploys the Roman soldier clones within a pandemic and captures Jerusalem. Israel is forced to surrender their capital city to the Palestinians and then a fire subsequently destroys Jerusalem. Amid the diversion, a force of Roman clones attempts entry into the United States, but is serendipitously detected through assistance from the Mossad. Meanwhile, the professor’s accomplices have created a cloning line that has mixed benefits for mankind – clones for manhunts, playmates, and organ transplants.
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