Three graduate students’ lives and ambitions collide in this near-future drama where experiments in genetics and computer intelligence converge, leading to courtroom confrontations and to an evolutionary leap that may redefine humanity.
The computer program Steven created impregnates Eli, forcing them to flee to the Amazon jungle to protect the baby from groups which see her as a dangerous scientific experiment.
How will our society deal with the Galileos of the DNA age? Who will win the battles between theocracy and technology as well as religion and scientific advancement?
Can there ever be peace between science and religion? Is a compromise even possible or are they intrinsically incompatible with one another? These questions are especially relevant today as biology breaks all previous boundaries.
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Description: P. J. Fischer returns with the electrifying new novel,
Green Eyes in the Amazon, his latest fantasy and science fiction adventure that questions the limits of scientific discovery and rekindles the age-old battle between technology and theology.
“[A] thrilling page-turner . . . I can highly recommend this action-packed adventure to all readers who love science, unusual characters and, simply, a great story.” —Brian Schwartz, professor of physics, vice president for research and sponsored programs, The Graduate Center of the City University of New York
“Heresy is still heresy, even when you're right. 'Green Eyes in the Amazon' is the story of biologist Steven Sumpter, a man who has made many great leaps in biology. But there are those who still hold faith as entirely too sacred, leaving Dr. Sumpter fearing for his life and the lives of his family, as they are forced to flee to most remote parts of the world. 'Green Eyes in the Amazon' is an intriguing suspense novel that explores the conflict of science and religion.” —Midwest Book Review