Original Justice

Original Justice

Kobo ebook | July 15, 2014

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When Earth first decided to colonize Dia Nova, they sent human rejects. They were the poor, the stupid, the lame, and the hopeless. That effort failed when the transport ships crashed on landing.
Two generations later, Earth tried again. This time, they did it right. They sent people genetically engineered to succeed, along with engineered plants designed to survive in harsh conditions. The people had chlorophyll in their skin, superior intelligence, and the best training available. This time, the mission was a success—right up until the moment they found one the original colony ships still intact and decided to wake the inhabitants from stasis.
Soon after, Grace Robbins, an aging and resentful colonist, is forced to confront her prejudices and learn what it’s like to be a reject instead of a superwoman. In the process, she learns a little about what it means to be human, even if her DNA is anything but.

Title:Original JusticeFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:July 15, 2014Publisher:Brent MerandaLanguage:English

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