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Publisher's Summary

When the U.S. Supreme Court determines the fate of genetically engineered beings - whether they're humans or animals - humanity learns that the law is truly a double edged sword. Delisa provides a first glimpse of a problem that does not yet exist, but one day will. we infuse plants with animal DNA, animals with plant DNA. When we start doing it to humans, what do they become? SonicMovies are premium audios with strong vocal performances enhanced by music and sound effects to such an extent they sound like movies, hence, SonicMovies. Presented by Wollcott & Sheridan ( / & K. Anderson Yancy.
©2009 K. Anderson Yancy; (P)2009 K. Anderson Yancy
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3 out of 5 stars
By Jim "The Impatient" on 11-15-14

Used to be a short story

This sounds like it would make a good book. It is unusual of Jim "The Impatient" to say something should be longer, but this seems like you came into the middle of something. I wanted to know what happened before and what was going to happen after. The concept is, that there is a group of beings with animal and plant genes in them and they are made in a lab. The are not considered human and are treated like slaves. They end up rebelling.

The narrators are good and the sound is real good, especially in stero. You will hear talking in one hear and shots in the other ear. The biggest problem is many times it is hard to hear what the narrator is saying, because of the surrounding noise. That was very annoying.

I bought this, cause I wanted to listen to stuff out of the Science Fiction/ Fantasy, short story and anthology category. I noticed that it was shrinking. I did not notice how many where in it when I first joined in 2010, but I do know a little over a year ago there where about 79 choices. The numbers kept falling and when I bought this the number was 39. That was five months ago. As of today this is no longer in that category and there are only 22 items in that category. I wrote audible about this over a year ago. I complained that if you just want to search short stories or anthologies, that you have to scan through the thousands of books in Science Fiction/ Fantasy. Their own yearly Science Fiction Best Stories are not even in there. None of the many John Joseph Adams collections are included. About the only thing in there are Gaiman shorts. I am a big fan of Science Fiction short collections, but it is too daunting to go through the tens of thousand of books available in the main category and seems stupid since there is a separate category set up just for anthologies.

If you agree with me please write Audible. They have ignored me.

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