Modifying a protein of Creutzfeldt-Jakob diease to "leave the infected living in a more simple state, one harmonious with nature, permanently free of higher cognitive functions" (315) in order to level the playing field for mankind seems preposterous. But is it really?
How many of us know or work with someone who has a thirst for power and doesn't hesitate to exert it over others? A few names come to my mind. As Lord Acton once said, "Power tends to corrupt and absolute power corrupt absolutely." Catherine Coulter's latest novel, Power Play, exemplifies this theme perfectly.
Heather Graham's latest novel, The Hexed, is a fast-paced suspense novel set in Salem, Mass. that contains elements of mystery, paranormal and romance. Throughout the story, the reader is taken into a surreal world only Graham could weave.
If you were abducted as a child, how would you rebuild your life? Would you live in constant fear or take charge? In Chelsea Cain's latest novel, One Kick, one young woman must make just such a decision.