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I Review Allison Amend’s Novel, “A Nearly Perfect Copy”

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Her second novel binds together a metaphorical story of human genetic engineering and art forgery. Though the book might sound like science fiction or pulp mystery, Amend’s A Nearly Perfect Copy is a realistic and very human tale, filled with guilt, ethical dilemma and desperation.

Click the image below to read my review in the June 16, 2013, edition of The St. Louis Post-Dispatch.

You can buy A Nearly Perfect Copy at Barnes & Noble

Written by Joe Peschel

June 16th, 2013 at 11:17 am