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Halfskin Boxed

A Technothriller
Narrated by: David Dietz
Length: 25 hrs and 19 mins
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Halfskin (Book One)

Biomites are artificial stem cells that can replace any cell in your body. No more kidney failure, no severed spines or blood disease. No cancer. Pharmaceuticals become obsolete. With each dose of biomites, we become stronger, we become smarter and prettier.

We become better.

At what point are we no longer human?

Clay (Book Two)

Jamie wants to be a halfskin.

Her life has become dull and pointless. If she had more biomites - synthetic stem cells that promise hope - she could take control of her life. But Jamie's body is already 49.9% biomites. The rest is clay - her God-given organic cells. Any more biomites and she becomes a halfskin. And halfskins are shutdown.

But there is a way.

Bricks (Book Three)

Fabbers, slabbers and fakies were dehumanizing slurs for fabricated humans. Bricks, however, was the People's favorite.

©2015 Tony Bertauski (P)2016 Tony Bertauski

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Nothing lijke ii have dread before. Well worth a readc I hoopevthere is acnexr boook

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  • T. JONES
  • 16-09-2016

A good listen as a boxed set

Engaging story premise and characters. Let down by the incomplete explanation of the context and all the loose ends left at the end of the third book. If there were a follow up, I would not hesitate to read it.

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  • Nettie
  • 02-11-2019

Only got half way through

I got bored, only read 1st half of 1 book, it may interest others but not me.