Featured Official Review: Project Tau by Jude Austin [April 2020 Book of the Month]

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Re: Featured Official Review: Project Tau by Jude Austin [April 2019 Book of the Month]

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I have just read the sample pages available for reading. And I also read the review given to this book. I think this book is a good treat for science fiction fans. I agree with the idea of the reviewer that this book is not suitable for immature kids. The technique of cloning has briefly described. Some characters like Sopphie and Dennison are providing some extra suspense in the story, but the character of Sopphie was a little frightening and alarming. The character Dennison was also a brilliant character. The author wrote the book in a reader-friendly way.
All over the book looks worth reading and as a science fiction fan, I am eagerly waiting for the whole book to be published.

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I have seen a video of a cloned sheep and a cloned monkey. I know one of these days we'll see humans. In my opinion the premise of the book is brilliant. Fantastic review too.

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This gripping, fast-paced science fiction thriller is definitely a great read. I've heard of human cloning before, but my knowledge in this sphere is still very little. However, I don't think if this book is what I'll really want to read. Fans of science fiction will really enjoy it. Thanks for your review.
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I have seen a video of a cloned sheep and a cloned monkey. I know one of these days we'll see humans. In my opinion the premise of the book is brilliant. Fantastic review too.

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Um... how can a plot not be plot-driven?? Very confusing. You say it's well done, so I'll take your word for it, but the way you've worded it sounds unclear to me... thank you for your review.

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Post by Higher25 »

Well, human cloning sure is an interesting thing that although may not be around now, they could be working and developing it under cover, would love to see it come to light .Mankind trying to play God sure is interesting .

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How do people think cloning is scary? I love the idea. It is fascinating, to say the least. I must read this book to gauge where the author stands. Thank you for this wonderful review.
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I don't usually read this genre, but the plot of the story looks interesting as I read more comments on this book. The cloning part is very interesting and I will try to read this book. The dark themes make me excited to read to explore another theme.
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Would definitely like to read such an amazing story.... first time will try a book on human cloning
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The book's sample has me hook, line, and sinker. I find the plot premise extremely interesting and I cannot wait to get my hands on the complete book. Thank you so much for the review as it has only made me want to read this one more.

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This is a work of fiction. However, there are rumors about the development of clones by some first world countries. I think Jude's narrative is worth checking out.

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Post by MrunalT »

Though Sci-fi is not my usual genre, I am enticed by the idea of human cloning. As a biologist, the scope of cloning has always fascinated me. I also like that the book is character-driven. Thanks for a neat review.

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Post by Santanu125 »

Yes, human clones are use very badly, but kalin path really did. Sound is very good feel to the mind. Story is great and thanks to the author for nice review.

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Great review! I believe we are not that far away from cloning! I hope if science takes it as far as actually cloning a human they will be treated much better than they are in the book! I don't typically like science fiction, but this one was an exception for me!
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Majority of the authors paint the future in a scary and dark light. I'm soo sure I don't want to witness it in real life. But these books are so good. And this seems like an exceptional one. I will keep my eyes widely shut and enjoy this. Thank for an excellent review. :tiphat:

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