(1 customer review)





Barnes & Noble



Sean York’s been approved for his reproduction license but it doesn’t change the fact he’s a Citizen G due to a distant genetic glitch. He and Carly can have their baby but The Administration offers a solution for young couples just like them…

Many Stars is a social diversity program awarding credits and stipends to young couples looking to start a family with surrogate genetic material. Their future baby’s seed will be selected from donors providing the most complementary genetic match to the mother.

Carly will ask the doctor: And what donors are in this blue folder?

Even in the age of science there is an admiration for the old ways and some of these potential gentlemen aren’t against the old-fashioned methods if young Carly is willing…

1 review for Inconceivable

  1. David and Daria

    November 7, 2018
    Format: Kindle EditionVerified Purchase
    KT is a master of the twist, the turn, the knife, the anticipation, and the payoff. In this futuristic tale, a couple, both not in the highest category in this strange new world, have licenses to procreate. But the husband has a genetic malady that cannot be allowed by him (and really the government) to be passed on to future generations.

    The couple has two options–artificial insemination from a donor, or the “natural way” from yet another donor.

    We found the book to be a very quick read. It’s not as deep as we’ve come to expect from KT, but that’s okay. It’s a fun book and unlike some other KT novels, it leaves nothing to these fertile reader’s imaginations. It starts, it has pace, and it ends.

    Pick it up! You won’t be able to put it down! Just remember, it’s a quick read!

Add a review

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *