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The Book of Adam
search for identity and immortality takes a new twist with the birth of Adam
Elwell-2, the first human clone. The Book of Adam is that clone’s
autobiographical account of his initial fifty years, exploring the human cloning
debate from his singular perspective.
Elwell-2’s memoir plunges us into a thrilling family drama that explores the
social, religious, scientific, and highly personal ramifications of a world in
the near future where it becomes commonplace to have oneself cloned after death.
the end, it’s the story of one man’s fear of dying, and all that comes from
his desperate search for immortality.
Through Robert M. Hopper’s debut novel, we get an inside
glimpse into what it might be like as the first human clone, allowing us to
“climb into his skin and walk around in it.” It’s a journey filled with a mix of drama and humor that presents us with intriguing insights into what
makes us human and what makes us monsters.