Killer Clones

CIA Tech Manager Getty Pokem is a separated father of four kids, and while he doesn’t mind his job, he wishes he could spend more time with his family. Getty’s life is suddenly turned upside down, however, when one of his daughters dies in a mass shooting during a protest at a mall. No longer allowed to visit his kids, and while dealing with his grief, Getty is thrust into a world of death and danger as he tries to live in a world where death seems inevitable.

Killer Clones by WLVE is a futuristic and almost satirical novel that deals with politics, murder, pandemics, and everything in between that hits a little too close to home. Many prior and even current political figures are scattered throughout this book—some mentioned by name, and others not. Some of these figures act just as the reader may expect, while others’ stories play out with a twist.

The political side of this book is apparent from chapter one, and if you disagree with Getty’s point of view, you might have a difficult time reading this book. It is a graphic story that wastes no words, describing every death and value in great detail. It forces you to look at what’s happening in America, really forces you to look, and if you’re queasy about these sorts of things or have had traumatic experiences, then this book may not be for you. The characters that we get to meet along the way are diverse and full of personalities, but there are times when I wonder if they knew what they were thinking.

Killer Clones is a thought-provoking political and science fiction work that stems from our current reality. With a unique and honest look at topics on people’s minds and a warning about mass complacency, this story will stay on readers’ minds long after the book is finished. This novel is for you if you love a good conspiracy theory and science fiction action story.

Pages: 262 | ASIN : B0BJD5DZFS

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