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free download Ð PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ä Geoffrey Girard Sixteen year old Jeff Jacobson had never heard of Jeffrey Dahmer the infamous serial killer who brutally murdererd seventeen people than twenty years ago But then Jeff discovers he was constructed in a laboratory only eight years ago part of a top secret government cloning experiment called Project CAI. The idea for this book was simply intriguing Say what The government takes dead serial killers and make clones OMG Where do I sign up to read itYeah but it was dull WHHHHHYYY take a brilliant idea and waste itThere was absolutely no dialogue How do you write a book and not add dialogue Did you perhaps forget Maybe you were busy with other things like fishing or eating pizzaI don't know and I don't get itJeff is on the run with a man who doesn't like him the end basically Nothing even happens in the bookI personally didn't even care about any of the characters Nope didn't even careReally Nothing even exciting happens Then the ending was flat So I read about nothing then nothing happensWell okay If you want to read a book about nothing well here it is The book about nothing where nothing happens

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Project Cain review ↠ 0 ☆ ➠ Project Cain Ebook ➦ Author Geoffrey Girard – Horticulturetrader.co.uk Sixteen year old Jeff Jacobson had never heard of Jeffrey Dahmer the infamous serial killer who brutally murdererd seventeen people than twenty years ago But then Jeff discovers he was constructed in Sixteen year old Jeff Jacobson had n N And scientists created him entirely from Jeffrey Dahmer's DNAJeff isn't the only teenage serial killer clone Others have been genetically engineered using the DNA of the Son of Sam the Boston Strangler and Ted Bundy Some clones were raised like Jeff in caring family environments others within homes t. In a word A creepy mystery that will keep you guessing a main character with a totally uniue voice filled with true facts about serial killers cloning and government conspiracies and yes you might have nightmaresTed Bundy Richard Ramirez Jeffrey Dahmer Jack the Ripper These horrifyingly familiar characters and others like them are all in Project Cain Sort of Actually clones of these and other serial killers are the characters in Girard’s young adult debut a decidedly creepy story filled with a slowly unraveling mystery that will keep you turning pages as fast as you can I sort of knew what Project Cain was about before I started reading but the reality was much than I expected—in a good way Girard’s stylistic storytelling may not be for everyone but it gives this disturbing and dread filled tale an immediacy that grabs the reader and doesn’t let go until the endJeff Jacobson is sixteen when his father gives him some bad news he is actually a clone of the infamous serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer and he’s part of a secret government project that clones serial killers with plans to use them as diabolical weapons His father disappears after delivering this message and shortly after a stranger named Castillo bursts into Jeff’s house and or less kidnaps him telling him that twelve of his friends from the Massey Institute are dead—and Jeff might be nextCastillo and the reluctant Jeff embark on a nightmarish road trip to locate six boys from Massey also serial killer clones who are missing and presumed responsible for the killings But how does Jeff’s dad fit into all this And who exactly is Castillo and can Jeff trust him There are all sorts of uestions and the answers don’t come easily Girard’s tale is filled with twists and turns and a good dose of government conspiracy theory as wellAs each mystery is solved and each puzzle piece drops into place Jeff becomes and uncertain about his place in the world Did the government create him for evil Or can he break free and live a different kind of life If only he can live long enough to find out After all a bunch of his fellow clones are after him and the government might be tooJeff tells his story in first person without any traditional dialog which is unusual and takes some getting used to But his voice is so distinctive that once you begin reading you can’t imagine it written any other way In fact although I'm not into them at all I think this book would make an excellent audio book because of this uniue style The narrative is very linear so the reader figures everything out right along with JeffOne of the themes of the story is the old argument of “nature versus nurture” and Girard gives us a lot to think about If a child is raised in a safe and loving environment even if he is the clone of a vicious killer will he grow up to be a killer as well or will “nuture” win in the end Jeff has been raised just this way with a father who loves him or so he believes and gives him every opportunity to grow up into a well adjusted adult So when his father leaves Jeff is devastated and will do anything to find him This uality made Jeff

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Project CainHat mimicked the horrific early lives of the serial killers they were created fromWhen the most dangerous of the boys are set free the summer of killing begins Worse they hold a secret weapon even deadly than the terrible evil they carry withinCan Jeff help catch the monsters before becoming one himsel. Geoffrey Girard's Project Cain is not your typical teen fiction novel nor is it a book I'd recommend for certain teens themselves due to topic This is the story of 16 year old Jeff Jacobson whose life is thrown upside down when he discovers that he's really only 8 years old is the product of Project Cain a secret government project that takes DNA from serial killers in his case Jeffrey Dahmer clones them in order to turn them into weapons When Jeff's father leaves him he eventually ends up being partnered with a guy named Castillo who tries to solve a rash of murders that have been happening by these clones also unravel exactly what DSTI the organization his father was associated with was doing why in order to prevent the clones from causing mass murders liked their original incarnationsGirard's book is spellbinding to the point where it draws you in forces you to keep reading as we the reader understand the depths that people would go to keep this secret to understand exactly what it must be like for Jeff to realize who he really is The violence at times in the book may be a bit graphic for some readers but is almost a necessity as he describes the acts these cloned killers have caused as well as the tracking of them down The characters are also so realistic the story is so believable that if this weren't a work of fiction you'd almost think it's based on fact especially with the references to other government secret projectsOverall a spellbinding book that probably belongs in the adult fiction category rather than young adult due to content violence but this is still a book that once you start reading that will be hard to put down after it releases in September 2013