Review of The Fourth Kingdom by Alexandra and Joyce Swann

The Fourth Kingdom by Alexandra and Joyce Swann is a thriller/mystery that successfully contrasts the lives of truth loving scientists whose goal is to make the world a better place for all with self-serving egocentric scientists whose goal is their own aggrandizement. It demonstrates how frightening a world it would be if human cloning were allowed and how God is in control and evil is self-destructive.
It is also a very good reminder of historical fact about the brutality of the Third Kingdom in trying to eliminate the Jews and anyone else who didn’t fit into their idea of perfection.
I recommend this book to anyone who is interested in science, history, world hunger, or just likes a good thriller.

The Fourth Kingdom (The Kingdom Chronicles)
On a warm September afternoon in the year 2000, Dr. Alexander Sinclair travels to the Doppelganger Genetic Cloning Facility near Santa Fe, New Mexico, to meet with its brilliant but mysterious director, Dr. Karl Helmick. Over the next 21 years, the two scientists collaborate on incredible

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