Sue's Fingerprint

Sue s Fingerprint A gel like substance mysteriously appears across the country No one notices it at first But then strange things begin to happen DHS Director Ted Stevens is assigned to investigate He enlists the help

  • Title: Sue's Fingerprint
  • Author: Andrew D. Carlson
  • ISBN: 9780615456225
  • Page: 432
  • Format: Paperback
  • A gel like substance mysteriously appears across the country No one notices it at first But then strange things begin to happen DHS Director Ted Stevens is assigned to investigate He enlists the help of scientists at a government laboratory to analyze the goo They discover the substance has unique properties it can clone animals Ted soon learns the substance can aA gel like substance mysteriously appears across the country No one notices it at first But then strange things begin to happen DHS Director Ted Stevens is assigned to investigate He enlists the help of scientists at a government laboratory to analyze the goo They discover the substance has unique properties it can clone animals Ted soon learns the substance can also clone humans.Sue is the first new person cloned from the alien goo She appeared without any knowledge or memory She looks like an adult, but has the mind of a child She does, however, learn very quickly When she is escorted away by Mr Stevens, Sue learns that she is not the only new person to arrive on the planet Ted isolates Sue, along with five other new adults and five new children, on an abandoned military base in California while he determines how to respond to new people appearing in society.While confined in their new community, the clones discover a message within themselves, hidden in the goo from which they appeared Sue decides she must deliver the message, and one morning she s gone A clone has escaped.While retrieving Sue, Ted learns about the clones message and needs to know about these new people He has the scientists test the clones before deciding what to do with them Their fate will be decided by their DNA fingerprints.

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    About “Andrew D. Carlson

    • Andrew D. Carlson

      I m a father, husband, biochemist, cancer survivor, and an author of fiction for young adults, old adults, and everyone in between I include science in all of my works of fiction.I ve written three books in the Sue series Sue s Fingerprint, Sue s Vision, and Sue s Voice These are Earth based, light sci fi stories of humans cloned by an alien substance that was sent from across the galaxy Sue and the clones receive messages from the goo which they must deliver, but will DHS allow them Find out You ll like Sue, I promise.My latest works in progress are two YA novels The first is Alone, the story of Alex, an orphaned high school senior forced to relocate and live with his resentful Aunt He tries to avoid his guardian when adjusting to his new city and school, but suddenly needs the support of his family to beat cancer The second is the story of Anthony, who struggles with his obsession for retaliation against a long time bully while exploring life with his new girlfriend But revenge and romance don t mix.Read about me and my books at andrewdcarlson

    422 thoughts on “Sue's Fingerprint

    • 3.5 StarsBook Summary:A gel-like substance is suddenly discovered across the country. Ted Stevens, a Director in the Department of Homeland Security, is assigned to investigate. He enlists the help of scientists at a government laboratory to analyze the ‘goo’. They discover the substance was sent to Earth and has unique properties; it can clone animals. Ted soon learns the substance can also clone humans.Sue is the first of eleven new people cloned from the alien substance. She and the other [...]


    • 2.5-3 stars. I started this book with a completely open mind. When reading a science fiction novel, one never knows what to expect; authors are in charge of creating these off the wall, crazy, scientific instances so you never know what is coming next. While I was not completely satisfied with the outcome of this book, there were still quite a few things that I enjoyed about it.I will start this review off with the part that bugged me the very most but don’t worry, it only gets better from the [...]


    • When mysterious goo begins turning up all across America the Department of Homeland Security sends veteran Ted Stevens to look into the matter. Ted and a small team of scientists uncover the government's worst fear, an alien life form with the ability to clone itself into any living mammal it comes in contact with. Now, it's a race against the clock as Ted and his team must contain the situation and keep the truth from the public to prevent global panic.With so many questions still unanswered, t [...]


    • Sue’s Fingerprint is a 236 page science fiction book by Andrew D. Carlson. I received this newly edited and re-released book from Andrew to review in honor of his beginning to write the third book in the Sue trilogy (the second is called Sue’s Vision, the third has no title to my knowledge). I got the choice of ebook or physical book, so of course I chose physical.The plot focuses on the GOO. Cases of a strange gooey substance behaving oddly appear in many states across the U.S. have come to [...]


    • Ever wondered what would happen if there were human clones? Would they have the same knowledge as the cloned person? Would they have the same natural life span? Can they live a normal human life among other 'uncloned' humans? In scientist - now also a writer - Andrew D. Carlson's Sue's Fingerprint, he not just talks about the scientific dilemma of cloning humans and the possibility of alien life forms, he gives an insight into identity, personality, and the individuality of a person - cloned or [...]


    • One day, a gel-ly thing is found everywhere. After observing it, they realise that it clones any living thing it comes into contact with. This includes humans. Eleven humans are made from this, along with mice and squirrels. Believe it or not, we care mainly about the “humans”. Titular Sue is one of these, and they are all taken to a military base to live, overseen by Ted Stevens and some more staff. Then Sue realises she has a message to deliver and therefore she leaves. Ted and the others [...]


    • Sue’s Fingerprint by Andrew D. Carlson is a young adult sci-fi novel. I am usually not too interested by that combination but Sue’s Fingerprints was an enjoyable read. The story follows the journey of numerous characters and how their lives are affected by this mysterious, alien goo. What can the goo do? It clones those who touch it.It’s not very often that we have a YA book that doesn’t involve vampires, werewolves (something supernatural and overtly sexual) or unrealistic highschool dr [...]


    • Sue’s Fingerprint was certainly not what I had expected it to be. I loved the fact that it was Earth-based Sci-Fi – A genre we don’t see enough of! It was intelligent, thrilling, creative, and interesting all at once. These things helped the plot to move along quickly and maintain my attention throughout. I liked Carlson’s writing and found it to be clean and efficient. His use of short chapters made reading a breeze and provided plenty of good break points. If I had to pick out one prob [...]


    • I really liked the story Andrew Carlson told in Sue's Fingerprint, but at times it left me wanting more. The short, quick chapters kept the story moving and kept your interest in what was going on and coming next. The story Carlson told was engaging and the people he introduces are interesting.The one thing that I would have liked to seen, that could have changed this from a good book to a great book, is a little more depth. I realize that the clones don't have much background, as they are only [...]


    • I do not usually read sci-fi but this was an "earthly one" so I participated in Andrew D. Carlson's give away and received a free ebook. I have a Kindle and have read many books on it but could not get SUE'S FINGERPRINT to download so I quickly skim read it on my computer. I liked what I read, so last night I actually bought the ebook so it would download and I thoroughly read the whole book again.I really did enjoy SUE'S FINGERPRINT. It was a "fun" read for me, triggering the "what if" factor i [...]


    • Note: I received a review copy of this book through a First Reads giveaway.Overall, I enjoyed reading this book. It was a quick, easy read with short chapters. The concept was pretty interesting - how would society react to an alien invasion that cloned people? I thought the response was fairly plausible, although one character's abrupt change of heart came across as rather jarring. There wasn't much character development overall but the story was entertaining regardless. I'd definitely be up fo [...]


    • Sue's Fingerprint is definitely a page-turner. The author does an excellent job of leaving a dangling hook at the end of each chapter that reels you right in to the next one. The only wee bit of criticism is that there are a few typos.


    • Received book in a first reads giveaway.I liked this book. Nice, easy reading. Some parts made me want a little more depth, but overall a good read. Good story and recommend it as an easy intro to science fiction for those who think science fiction is all aliens and violence.





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