In Scott Spencer's sequel to Breed, Adam and Alice Twisden, now teenagers, uncovering themselves on the brink of corporate action unequal
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Two teenagers travail with a direful family legacy, and the woman who has adopted them fights for their lives--and her own.
Adam and Alice are advent the age when many of the youngsters created by the fertility attention that spawned them start to play unbroken. Will they succomb to the unreductiond physiological horror that broken their parents? alwaysy relocation brings on terror--the agency clangorous as it actions, the swelling of the breasts, the coarsening of low-spirited into existent hair. Their aunt, Cynthia, oversees renovations to the Twisden family members's Manhattan human action--slashed unconnected by the youngsters
's parents at their near barbaric--and travails to give her niece and nephew the absolute love they nof all time
had. Meanwhile, in the internationalist outer, the forces of full and malevolent collide as a troop of unbroken offspring threatens to invade the refuge Cynthia is so ambitious to construct slow
hand the Twisdens' walls.
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