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Hamartia by Raquel Rich - Guest Blogger Book Review

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Grace's nine-year-old son, Jordan, is dying. First, the Metagenesis disease will tear his soul from his body, and then it will kill him. Desperate for a cure, Grace agrees to take part in an illegal clinical trial cloning souls. Supported by her best friend Kay, the two embark on the ultimate "Vegas Vacation" to the past in search of the right soul to clone, racing against time to save Jordan's life. But someone is trying to stop them and when they discover why Grace must make a choice: let her son die or kill her husband. If she kills her husband, she triggers widespread Metagenesis, sealing the fate of the human race with a new plague.

Humanity is counting on Grace choosing to let her son die.

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Jennifer's Review
It’s a good book. I really enjoyed it and could not put it down. 
It’s about a girl named Grace who has a son that’s dying of Metagenesis and is offered a way to save him. She embarks on a dangerous journey with her ex best friend, Kay. Together the two of them try to make the best of the three week journey back in time about 80 years ago to find a “soul” donor. After learning of his name, they go searching for him, but there are people trying to stop them because those people know the horrible truth. However, Grace does not believe them. 
Soon her friend leaves and she’s on her own. 
Does she ever find her donor? Does she save her son, or does he eventually die? What is Metagenesis, and who created it? 
I give this book 4 stars.

Author Bio
Raquel Rich loves to travel, suntan, walk her dog, and is obsessed with all things Beauty & the Beast. She despises cold weather, balloons, and writing about herself in the third person but noticed all the real authors do that. Born and raised in Canada to Brazilian parents, she lives in the Toronto area with her family. She's married to the guy she's been with since she was fifteen (her baby daddy), and her superpowers include being a mom to their two awesome grown-ass boys and one fur baby.

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