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Replication The Jason Experiment What if everything you knew was a lie Martyr otherwise known as Jason is one of hundreds of clones kept in a remote facility called Jason Farms Told that he has been created to save humanity Mart

  • Title: Replication: The Jason Experiment
  • Author: Jill Williamson
  • ISBN: 9780310727606
  • Page: 193
  • Format: Paperback
  • Replication: The Jason Experiment By Jill Williamson, What if everything you knew was a lie Martyr otherwise known as Jason 3 3 is one of hundreds of clones kept in a remote facility called Jason Farms Told that he has been created to save humanity, Martyr has just one wish before he is scheduled to expire in less than a month To see the sky Abby Goyer may have just moved to Alaska, but she has a feeling something sWhat if everything you knew was a lie Martyr otherwise known as Jason 3 3 is one of hundreds of clones kept in a remote facility called Jason Farms Told that he has been created to save humanity, Martyr has just one wish before he is scheduled to expire in less than a month To see the sky Abby Goyer may have just moved to Alaska, but she has a feeling something strange is going on at the farm where her father works But even this smart, confident girl could never have imagined what lies beneath a simple barn Or what would happen when a mysterious boy shows up at her door, asking about the stars As the reality of the Jason Experiment comes to light, Martyr is caught between two futures the one for which he was produced and the one Abby believes God created him to have Time is running out, and Martyr must decide if a life with Abby is worth leaving everything he s ever known.

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    1. 4.5 stars Replication The Jason Experiment was one of the unique and strange books I ve come across But it was by Jill Williamson, so I had to give it a try So intriguing Great characters It was a fast paced adventure with a sweet faith theme and unexpected romance.Overall all, I very much enjoyed it There were a few things that happened some in the past, told by a POV character that were violent and disturbing Probably would be upsetting for a younger audience, so I recommend caution But mostl [...]

    2. Replication is a great story, full of exciting and dramatic twists If you like suspenseful, meaningful stories, you will love this one.Abby Goyer is a high school student who is dealing with the death of her mother and also with the fact that her father has been involved in some unethical research practices at work Now that he s moved them to Alaska, things really get weird Especially when she discovers a kid who looks exactly like the creepy jock at her school And then she finds out that he s a [...]

    3. So basically I read it in three days and it s become one of my favorite books ever Plus I got it for free and the author signed it, so bonus points there xD

    4. Is this book serious Really, it s not simply Christian fiction It s laughably inaccurate anti science propaganda When one character says that stem cell research isn t unethical, Abby, a main character, dismisses him as an extremist liberal Just to be certain that my Northeastern roots weren t responsible for my having a warped view, I looked it up Sure enough, the majority of Americans almost 75% believe that scientists should be able to use stem cells for biomedical research click here for link [...]

    5. I had never read a book about cloning and had no idea what to expect, but I love Jill Williamson s fantasy series and was eager to read this I expected it to be full of adventure which it was but I was caught off guard by the sweetness of the story I really loved Martyr s world view His character tugged my heart strings Abby is a wonderful heroine, feisty and tough, but also big hearted I loved how she cared for Martyr I finished this book satisfied, but the characters have stuck with me and I c [...]

    6. meh the first half was really good then it kinda just went down I feel like it was a little light for a YA like maybe get init things but it was a really good story and concept like 3.5 stars.

    7. OK THIS WAS REALLY INTENSE I forgot to breathe for a little bit there, but I survived so that s always a plus I m super impressed with what the author did with this concept it definitely wasn t what I expected in a mostly good way I ll admit I was a little bit hesitant to read a book about human cloning, but in the end, I m glad I read this one Basically the book is about this guy who s a clone and he lives in an underground laboratory in Alaska He escapes from the lab and gets help from a norma [...]

    8. SummaryWhen Your Life Is Not Your Own Martyr otherwise known as Jason 3 3 is one of hundreds of clones kept in a remote facility called Jason Farms Told that he has been created to save humanity, Martyr has just one wish before he is scheduled to expire in less than a month To see the sky Abby Goyer may have just moved to Alaska, but she has a feeling something strange is going on at the farm where her father works But even this smart, confident girl could never have imagined what lies beneath a [...]

    9. I think the most interesting part of this book would be what happens after the ending The main characters are difficult to connect with Abby is a condescending teenage girl that berates her father at almost every opportunity She is incredibly self righteous and although the author takes great pains to emphasize how smart Abby is, this intellect is never reflected in her thoughts or actions in the book The other main character, Martyr or J 3 3, is altruistic to a fault and can do no wrong He also [...]

    10. Wow, the last half of the book just took off I didn t wanna stop reading Not to say that the beginning was slow Oh, not at all Jill Williamson did an outstanding job with Replication I was riveted to the pages, intrigued by the characters, and completely into the suspense and action Great read Full review to come.

    11. In Replication, Williamson takes a very controversial topic human cloning and uses it as the launching point for an engrossing story full of action, tender moments, and morals It s just the book to entertain while still providing plenty of food for thought and discussion a veritable banquet, really.What if you had lived your whole life underground, never knowing what mountains and trees and sky looked like What if you had been lied to all your life about the truth of your existence Or what if yo [...]

    12. Author Jill Williamson knocks yet another one out of the park REPLICATION is a hard hitting, fast paced, can t put it down kind of read one you shouldn t miss.Cloning is a sensitive issue Williamson deals with it head on She confronts the morality of saving one man s life by harvesting organs from others, and does so with poignancy If the intricacies of the topic are unfamiliar to you, don t worry You ll receive quite an education.Biblical truths are interspersed throughout, the most powerful be [...]

    13. Laughable plot twists Very, very silly, especially the end I had no idea that this book had a Christian political agenda until about a third of the way in That being said, I did continue reading, but it s probably one of the worst books I have finished reading in a long time Like a bad episode of Scooby Do in some ways I learned my lesson to always, always read the review before downloading cheap books on Kindle.

    14. REPLICATIONBy Jill WilliamsonWhat would be your greatest wish if you knew your life would end in 25 days For Martyr his wish is to see the sky Martyr lives on Jason Farms and he is about to fulfill his life s purpose, he will extend the life of those who live on the surface in the toxic air Martyr s official designation is J 3 3 and he is quickly approaching his experation date his 18th birthday.Dr Goyer, Jason Farms newest scientist, has just moved to Fishhook, Alaska with his daughter Abby As [...]

    15. There s a new book on my favorites list Oh my goodness, I loved it I was it hadn t ended I love Abby and Martyr s so adorable Plus all the sci fi and intrigue and mystery It was so good I may have a bit of a book hangover now.

    16. Read the full review here notjustnonsense 2 The minute I saw the words cloning farm I knew I had to read this book, but at the same time I wasn t sure I d like it much, given the religious tags on it I m glad I skipped them and read it.Martyr, or better yet, J 3 3, is a clone He is one of the many Jasons that are raised at Jason Farms From a very early age he was made to believe his purpose in life is to expire at eighteen and sacrifice himself for those who live outside He is unfamiliar with co [...]

    17. The beginning knocked my socks off The ending did basically nothing The premise clones by an evil scientist, a teenage girl who s father is working the with the illegal clones, organ harvesting, and let s not forget a smattering of God was fascinating I enjoyed it A lot So what fell flat The execution pardon the pun of the plot But first the writing Oh, gosh The writing was gorgeous The description was exceptional I loved Martyr s voice Being a clone, he s known nothing but the lab his entire li [...]

    18. In a small town in Alaska lies a shocking secret of an underground facility named Jason Farms When Abby Goyer moves to Alaska with her father, she is focused on trying to fit in at her new high school and attempting to avoid the unwanted attention of popular jock, J.D Soon after the move, she starts having suspicions about Jason Farms, the facility where her father has been newly hired When a boy with a familiar face appears in her room one afternoon, Abby is confronted by a truth she at first s [...]

    19. I wasn t so sure that I would really enjoy this one, but I honestly did Its kind of sci fi advance genetics but also seemed a bit dystopian in style to me too, which was great There s mystery, nail biting suspense, action and even murder in this book, as well as a little awkward teenage romance How long did it take me to read this book Just three sittings, I truly did not want to put it down I loved the character of the clone J 3 3 or Martyr as his fellow clones call him and the guards nicknamed [...]

    20. Jill Williamson exposes a host of quandaries in her latest release, Replication When Dr Goyer accepts a new position at Jason Farms in remote Alaska, his daughter Abby is faced with the grueling task of making new friends in a high school that is nothing like the one back home And between the odd way her father is behaving and the unwanted advances from the local jock, Abby misses her deceased mother desperately One day, Abby decides to follow her father into work where she explores the desolate [...]

    21. I pray for the day when an author, prior to writing a piece of sensationalist literature demonizing scientific research, will do some research of their own I pray that someday Christian authors will recall that judgement is the domain of God, not man, and that just as they sin and sin again, then try with the Lord s help to overcome those sins and lead a better life, so also do scientists I pray that someday authors will make an effort to understand NIH ethics regulations as well as the many eth [...]

    22. I wasn t sure what to expect with this book, but I was hooked from the first page I was a bit disconcerted, however, because this is the first book that I can recall reading where pure biomedical science fiction and Christian fiction are so intertwined I waited awhile to read it because I couldn t wrap my brain around the subject matter I m rather picky and have to be in just the right mood for certain books.There were a few places where I felt the character, Abby, lost her voice Martyr s voice [...]

    23. Replicationby Jill Williamsonpublished by Zondervanavailable Jan 1,2012Excellent book Made me think about genetic experimentation is it right or wrong Are we attempting to play God Clones are created by a mad scientist named Dr Kane Cain perhaps The clones are clones he created from his own genetic makeup He experiments on these clones These poor less than human creations Is it acceptable to utilize these clones for research and warlike endeavors God is addressed by Abby s unyielding faith Abby [...]

    24. Update 3.5I really like most of the books but I m not as much of a fan of the story any I could not get into it as a reread and am getting sick of books like this Nothing super bad in it just did not enjoy good crazy not like anything I have read before was five

    25. One of the very best Christian YA books out there Loved the characters Loved the story Loved the romance Love the way the author weaves her story Love Love Love.

    26. I was able to snag an early copy of Replication from NetGalley in exchange for a review It was an interesting read to say the least As the synopsis states above, Martyr, along with 55 other boys, are all Jasons or clones, living in the secret, underground labs of Jason Farms Most of the boys have nicknames, given to them by the mean spirited guards based upon their actions or specific characteristics For example, Baby obtains his name because he sucks his thumb and is considerably smaller then t [...]

    27. Review posted at Amaterasu ReadsBarely twenty pages in and I know I will not be able to put this book down from start to the end It is THAT good.I love, love love this I was so surprised by how good this book actually was The dialogue itself is nothing short of special, but what will compel you to read is the story itself How will you feel when you find out you re nothing but a copy That your whole life is a lie Martyr is such a special person He touched my heart the moment I ve read of him He w [...]

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