A brilliant research scientist, William Mears, is working on his thesis to receive his doctorate from the University of Southern California. The focus of his dissertation is to discover how to repair injuries to the human body that are considered to be irreparable leveraging adult stem cells. After many failures, he comes to the conclusion that the only way to truly repair these tissues is through the use of embryonic stem cells (ESCs). But these cells can’t come from just any source – they need to be ESCs from the specific individual in need of healing. In other words, William needs to figure out a way to create a human embryonic clone.
While William’s intent is innocent and focused on the betterment of mankind, he has unknowingly opened up the door to a malevolent evil that reveals itself in ever increasing dreadful ways.
Creation Abomination explores human ethical dilemmas in a fast-paced, high-tech story involving ingenious scientists, complex relationships and the battle between good and evil, bringing together realistic scenarios with the supernatural.
“In today’s crowded field of such near same themes, Creation Abomination enters with a style that holds the experiencer to the expected while then living up to its name/title with especially a twist at the end which lifts the whole book into a Creation Amazing! This material unveils like a multi-petaled fleur du mal always the reader will find more upon each reading for years to come indeed!”
– Frederick J. Mayer – author, poet, editor, artist, reviewer (Winner of 3 Balrog Awards (nominated for 8)