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About the author


Liv Reimers was born in Portland, Oregon, moved with her family six times and attended seven schools by the age of fourteen. Landing back in Oregon at ten years of age, she has lived there ever since. She received a BS from the University of Oregon and an MS from Oregon State University and currently lives in Eugene with her partner and their Labrador Retriever, Max. Early in her life, Liv discovered how she could disappear into an endless number of different realities. She could travel to exotic lands, live multiple lives, and have unending adventures—all in the pages of books! This happy discovery engendered a lifetime love affair with reading, books, and writing.

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Morfphology
by Liv Reimers

Overview


In a dystopian future, Dr. Alix Edison is a jaded, but brilliant, genetic engineer who ruthlessly pulled herself to the top of an industry in a society that is hostile toward women. For those who cling to their autonomy and work outside their "natural and proper sphere" of the home, virulent animus awaits. After working much of her career creating "Designer Babies" for the well-to-do, Alix has now developed a gene-editing sequence with the capability of creating very enhanced human beings known as Morfphs.
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In a dystopian future, Dr. Alix Edison is a jaded, but brilliant, genetic engineer who ruthlessly pulled herself to the top of an industry in a society that is hostile toward women. For those who cling to their autonomy and work outside their "natural and proper sphere" of the home, virulent animus awaits. After working much of her career creating "Designer Babies" for the well-to-do, Alix has now developed a gene-editing sequence with the capability of creating very enhanced human beings known as Morfphs. Morfphs are engineered to read emotions, thoughts, and desires of a human they have bonded with, but their gifts don't end there. They also have the extraordinary ability and the overpowering need to fluidly, both physically and emotionally, shapeshift into the very embodiment of that desire. Can Morfphs ease the profound loneliness and alienation that have not only blighted Alix's individual life, but have become  pandemic in society? Alix is betting everything on it.

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Overview


In a dystopian future, Dr. Alix Edison is a jaded, but brilliant, genetic engineer who ruthlessly pulled herself to the top of an industry in a society that is hostile toward women. For those who cling to their autonomy and work outside their "natural and proper sphere" of the home, virulent animus awaits. After working much of her career creating "Designer Babies" for the well-to-do, Alix has now developed a gene-editing sequence with the capability of creating very enhanced human beings known as Morfphs.

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Description


In a dystopian future, Dr. Alix Edison is a jaded, but brilliant, genetic engineer who ruthlessly pulled herself to the top of an industry in a society that is hostile toward women. For those who cling to their autonomy and work outside their "natural and proper sphere" of the home, virulent animus awaits. After working much of her career creating "Designer Babies" for the well-to-do, Alix has now developed a gene-editing sequence with the capability of creating very enhanced human beings known as Morfphs. Morfphs are engineered to read emotions, thoughts, and desires of a human they have bonded with, but their gifts don't end there. They also have the extraordinary ability and the overpowering need to fluidly, both physically and emotionally, shapeshift into the very embodiment of that desire. Can Morfphs ease the profound loneliness and alienation that have not only blighted Alix's individual life, but have become  pandemic in society? Alix is betting everything on it.

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Book details

Genre:FICTION

Subgenre:Science Fiction / General

Language:English

Pages:312

Format:Paperback

eBook ISBN:9781667826233

Paperback ISBN:9781667826226


Overview


In a dystopian future, Dr. Alix Edison is a jaded, but brilliant, genetic engineer who ruthlessly pulled herself to the top of an industry in a society that is hostile toward women. For those who cling to their autonomy and work outside their "natural and proper sphere" of the home, virulent animus awaits. After working much of her career creating "Designer Babies" for the well-to-do, Alix has now developed a gene-editing sequence with the capability of creating very enhanced human beings known as Morfphs.

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Description


In a dystopian future, Dr. Alix Edison is a jaded, but brilliant, genetic engineer who ruthlessly pulled herself to the top of an industry in a society that is hostile toward women. For those who cling to their autonomy and work outside their "natural and proper sphere" of the home, virulent animus awaits. After working much of her career creating "Designer Babies" for the well-to-do, Alix has now developed a gene-editing sequence with the capability of creating very enhanced human beings known as Morfphs. Morfphs are engineered to read emotions, thoughts, and desires of a human they have bonded with, but their gifts don't end there. They also have the extraordinary ability and the overpowering need to fluidly, both physically and emotionally, shapeshift into the very embodiment of that desire. Can Morfphs ease the profound loneliness and alienation that have not only blighted Alix's individual life, but have become  pandemic in society? Alix is betting everything on it.

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About the author


Liv Reimers was born in Portland, Oregon, moved with her family six times and attended seven schools by the age of fourteen. Landing back in Oregon at ten years of age, she has lived there ever since. She received a BS from the University of Oregon and an MS from Oregon State University and currently lives in Eugene with her partner and their Labrador Retriever, Max. Early in her life, Liv discovered how she could disappear into an endless number of different realities. She could travel to exotic lands, live multiple lives, and have unending adventures—all in the pages of books! This happy discovery engendered a lifetime love affair with reading, books, and writing.

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David
Morfph me Bookbaby Sweeping in scope, unerring in navigation, Liv Reimers explores multiple worlds of human natures , AQIq is asq we a science and personal experience in Morfphs, her debut novel. She injects new life into the free will-predestination debate as her characters take us on a fascinating journey through the need for love and self-definition, the fine line between obsession/self-destruction and the thrumming, numbing resonance of misogyny in history, institutions, cultures and relationships. Read more
RaeAnn
Morfphology Read it!! Best new book I have read in a long time. Get it!!! Read more
Alex
This book is hard to put down I love this story. I couldn’t stop reading once I started. I definitely recommend Morphology to others! Read more
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