Human Error

Human Error

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Leigh By leigh_ Updated 2 days ago

"Be not afraid of greatness. Some are born great, some achieve greatness, and others have greatness engineered right into their DNA." - William Shakespeare, 1602 (adapted for BioPlus)

Astrid Oxford is not normal. Two hundred years into the future, society is recovering from global collapse, and genetic modification has saved the remaining population from a hunger crisis. The alteration of human DNA has been illegal since the technology was developed, but in the heart of New London, a sinister trend has emerged among society's elite.

Designer children have been the city's best-kept secret for years, but strange side effects are now appearing as they hit adolescence. When a freak suicide forces modification into the public eye, eighteen-year-old Astrid is about to learn how difficult it is to stay under the radar when you really were born to stand out.

ArLis_ ArLis_ 5 days ago
Imagine what fighting to change the channel with your family members would look like...
What if some of us were genetically engineered except our parents added some flaws so people would never know and they never told us
Imsopp Imsopp Jan 21
One of my friends told me in 1st grade, I told my mom so she was practically forced to tell me 😂
DANl__ DANl__ Feb 04
That would be cool... But it also sounds kinda boring. I mean, sickness sucks, but having unhappiness and challenges makes the good moments all the better.
sshen6 sshen6 Jan 27
This intro is so similar to another book. I think they may have copied it from this one. It's called genuinely human.