Jamie wants to be a halfskin.
Her life has become dull and pointless. If she had more biomites, the synthetic stems cells that promise hope and healing, she could take control of her life. But Jamie's body is already 49.9% biomites. The rest is clay-her God-given organic cells. Anymore biomites and she becomes a halfskin. And halfskins are shutdown.
But there is a way.
Black market biomites, called nixes, can't be detected by the government. She'd have to sacrifice her clay, but nixes can make her halfskin without anyone knowing. But first, she has to find them.
Nix Richards can help. He's the first halfskin to escape the government and Jamie has something he wants. He'll need her to help him find a fabricator to build a human body. He'll betray anyone to get it, even those closest to him.
This psychological thriller will keep them second-guessing every move while they elude Marcus Anderson and the governing agency that seeks to rid the world of biomites. But in the end, they'll all discover just how deep the betrayal goes.
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This book explores what power can do to different characters, those that have it and those who hide from it. Some outsmart the power, and some are undone by it. But relentlessly running through this book is the thread of power. Power , and the best way to use it.
- med c
The writing and world/plot development.
The world building. Some of the concepts were amazing. Interesting plot twists.
David Dietz's voice is engaging and pleasant. However, I was not a fan of his voices. The male ones blended with the narrator's, and the female ones sounded whiny.
Most of the male and female voices sounded alike and often times I could not tell who was talking.
No, too long for that.
Overall, I enjoyed listening to Clay and recommend it.For a full review, please check my blog Ana's Lair.
- Ana Silva