Saturday, July 25, 2009

The Enclave by Karen Hancock

Following her fantasy/allegory series, Karen Hancock delivers an epic story in The Enclave.

The Enclave spans the spectrum of genetic engineering, cloning, even Old Testament giants.

Like most of Kancock's novels, this one takes a few chapters to get used to her writing. And while it may seem boring, you'll want to continue working through the character development early on.

Once you get to Part Three (page 367) the brakes shut off and the roller coaster never lets up.

Lacey McHenry and geneticist, Cam Reinhardt are employees of the Kendall-Jakes Longevity Institute. While it promotes well-being, things are going awry down below.

Cover-ups, blackmail and deadly intruders are just the tip of questions surrounding this company.

This is a decent follow-up for Hancock. Can't wait to see what's next.

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