Edgar Award-winning author Nancy Werlin is well-known for her suspenseful thrillers for young readers. Eli Samuels' mother is dying from Huntington's disease. As Eli goes to work in a lab, he discovers some disturbing information about its doctor and his own family. Scott Shina's compelling narration adds further chills to this dramatic tale.
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"Eli Samuels struggles with the knowledge that he has a 50/50 chance of getting Huntington's disease as he has watched his mother disintegrate as a result of having the wrong gene. When Eli takes a job at Wyatt Transgenics, he makes a startling discovery that connects his family to the genetic engineering experiments of famous geneticist Quincy Wyatt. Scott Shina moves this thriller along with a thoughtful voice well matched to its troubled 18-year-old protagonist. He also makes solid vocal distinctions for other key characters, male and female alike, playing his voice to the building of suspense. J.M.S. (c) AudioFile 2004, Portland, Maine"
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