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{Review} Billy and the Cloneasaurus by Stephen Kozeniewski

by Stephen Kozeniewski
Genres: Dystopian, Sci-Fi
Format: eBook
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Another thoughtful read by Mr. Kozeniewski of William, a clone, who finds himself questioning his uniqueness in a world of duplicates obeying willingly and sacrificing themselves only to be scrapped and have the process start all over again.

Will William evoke change or will he continue to be just another cog in the system in a society of greed to keep the money flowing?

Don’t dwell too long on what’s on the pages of this book or you’ll find yourself questioning the motives of your employers and your own self-worth.

Although this is not my normal type of read, I felt it was very well written which never comes into question with Mr. K’s work.

Give it a try. Be sure to let me know what you think.


About Stephen Kozeniewski

Stephen Kozeniewski lives with his wife and two cats in Pennsylvania, the birthplace of the modern zombie. He was born to the soothing strains of “Boogie With Stu” even though The Who are far superior to Zep, for reasons that he doesn’t even really want to get into right now.

During his time as a Field Artillery officer he served for three years in Oklahoma and one in Iraq, where, due to what he assumes was a clerical error, he was awarded the Bronze Star. The depiction of addiction in his fiction is strongly informed by the three years he spent working at a substance abuse clinic, an experience which also ensures that he employs strict moderation when enjoying the occasional highball of Old Crow.

He is also a classically trained linguist, which sounds much more impressive than saying his bachelor’s is in German.

I have an incurable book addiction and I'm not ashamed to admit it. I will buy a book based on its cover alone. I love promoting authors. I am... the Ultimate Reader.


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