We're giving away 50 copies of Austin Boyd's new novel Nobody's Child to bloggers for review. Sign up below, and if your blog is selected we'll ship you a review copy of the book.
Austin Boyd's Nobody's Child: What Price Will a Mother Pay to Save Her Only Child? is a story of love lost and loves found. Weaving together faith and contemporary questions of bioethics, the heart-rending tale hearkens to the myth of Pandora's box — of unprecedented choices never intended by heaven, and their unintended consequences never before seen on earth.
To Laura Ann McGehee of Nobody's Child, her body represents the one remaining financial resource that can save the family farm. For Sophia McQuistion, Laura Ann's unusual sacrifice fulfills her own dream of having a child. The story poignantly dramatizes the question, "Just because we can ... should we?"
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- Sign up by Thursday, July 28. If your blog is selected we'll ship you a copy of the book.
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- In your review please mention that Zondervan gave you a free copy for the purpose of an unbiased review.
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About The Pandora Files Series
Nobody's Child is the first in a new series called The Pandora Files, stories that dramatize ethical questions we can no longer ignore in medicine. Journey to the crossroads of life and science, where some believe that recent medical advances promise us a better existence. Are we embracing hope in biotechnology ... or being seduced by the illusion of playing God? Push headlong into the uncharted labyrinth of bioethics. Everything’s not what it first appears on this quest—a journey of discovering that our actions may have unintended consequences. Just because we can ... should we?
About Austin Boyd