No Such Thing by Edward Lorn
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
No one was interested in Johan Schmidt's research into human parthenogenesis. No one until Eliot Von Lennon...
This one was another freebie from that Lorn boy.
This short story from Edward Lorn reminds me of an episode of the outer limits. A millionaire hires a scientist to do something for him and it goes terribly wrong. An awesome gorefest ensues.
I've referred to Edward Lorn as the "Future of Horror" and "Self-Publishing Done Right." My esteem for him grows even more with this story of science gone wrong. Cloning, whether or not people have souls, and chimeric twins. Good stuff. Four out of five stars.
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