New from Severed Press.
The Tasmanian tiger, or thylacine, was hunted to extinction some eighty years ago. Now, Professor Rosie Giuliani and her staff at The Resurrection Lab have done the impossible: created a living, breathing litter from a preserved specimen. Yet Rosie can’t share this scientific breakthrough with the world. The cloned animals are more like monsters than thylacines. By chance, a small band of activists hears about the caged litter, and their decision to free the tigers will unleash a deadly havoc upon the campus of Fraser University.
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Gerry Griffiths, 5 out of 5 stars – Thylacines is fast-paced and will keep readers turning the pages. Just the right amount of science to make it believable and informative. Things go terribly wrong when a scientist with good intentions tries to clone Tasmanian tigers, the species having been hunted into extinction. Plenty of blood and gore to go around.