The Bohr Maker

Nikko Jiang-Tibayan, a walking genetic time bomb, will do anything to retrieve the microscopic Bohr Maker, which is capable of changing people's moods, emotions, and genetic structures. Original.

The Bohr Maker

The Bohr Maker

Nikko Jiang-Tibayan, a walking genetic time bomb, will do anything to retrieve the microscopic Bohr Maker, which is capable of changing people's moods, emotions, and genetic structures. Original.

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Pages: 325
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Categories: Fiction
Type: BOOK - Published: 1995 - Publisher: Spectra

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