Epiphany Doctor Sam Enright and his geneticist wife Dorinda face turmoil in their small town when a dozen adolescent girls show up pregnant at Sam s office and they re all virgins When their own daughter fal

  • Title: Epiphany
  • Author: Stuart Land
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  • Page: 198
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  • Doctor Sam Enright and his geneticist wife, Dorinda, face turmoil in their small town when a dozen adolescent girls show up pregnant at Sam s office and they re all virgins.When their own daughter falls victim to the same fate, the Enrights rush to Homeland Security for answers As the questions multiply, they realize they are at the vanguard of a worldwide epidemic, and tDoctor Sam Enright and his geneticist wife, Dorinda, face turmoil in their small town when a dozen adolescent girls show up pregnant at Sam s office and they re all virgins.When their own daughter falls victim to the same fate, the Enrights rush to Homeland Security for answers As the questions multiply, they realize they are at the vanguard of a worldwide epidemic, and the mystery deepens As the events escalate, a disparate group of international doctors, scientists, and mothers to be are brought together at Dorinda s genetics lab in Middle America They race to find the cause and meaning of the mysterious pregnancies, but every discovery reveals a new, worse scenario, leaving humanity s very existence in question.This story is based entirely on science fact with no paranormal elements.

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    All around the world, prepubescent girls are mysteriously becoming pregnant with out ever even having sex. As more girls come forward with their medical mysteries, doctors and scientists from all over begin to take notice. Eventually, those professionals decide to work together in hopes of figuring out this alarming phenomenon. A team of medical researchers travel to America with a group of effected girls in order to figure out what's going on. Quickly after arriving, though, they learn that tim [...]

    Epiphany is quite a unique reading experience. The subject matter might be too controversial for some, too chilling for others. I must say after reading Mr. Land’s Shadow House and Original Blood, which are also two very different stories, Epiphany is certainly another road we travel with this wonderful storyteller. Enter into the mind of the creative Stuart Land.As the mother of two daughters, I know that one of a mother’s worst nightmares, is the possibility of her young daughter coming ho [...]

    Prepubescent girls worldwide are showing up pregnant, all claiming to be virgins, and all claiming to have had no contact with boys. In Africa, 13 year old Ayira Akilah Mukendi escapes with Peace Corp volunteer David Fifer. The tribal elders are convinced David is the one to have gotten her pregnant, and are determined to kill them both. In America, 11 year old Roshonda Williams is attending Girl Scout camp along with her best friend Kimber Enright and faints during a marshmallow roast. In Russi [...]

    ‘Epiphany’ by Stuart LandHave you ever read a book that was so thought-provokingly powerful that you didn’t know how to describe it to someone else? That is what this book has done to me, but I’m determined to give it a try.First, let me say that I truly appreciate a story with multiple points of view – how else can you know what all the characters are thinking, right? That is what Mr. Land has done, right down to how individual scenes are interpreted by different players. It gave incr [...]

    "Epiphany" is an imaginative and convincing sci-fi concept set in today's world, which is a feat in itself to pull off. The novel begins with twelve-year-old girls around the world suddenly turning up pregnant--and all are virgins. We follow the stories of several of these girls and their journey through a world laden with fear as theories of a new form of bioterrorism arise. Governments around the world must deal with what's happening as scientists race to understand the reasons. The novel span [...]

    Epiphany was a story that had me stupified and engrossed from the very first paragraph. At first I didn't know what to think. Innocent girls had all the classic signs of being pregnant, dizzyness, morning sickness. The problem? These innocent girls were truelly innocent and infact still virgins which had me going WTF? That's not possible and for a few minutes I thought I was reading the bible and the virgin mary story all over again. So I had to read more to find out what how and why. Nobody had [...]

    The concept of this book drew me in immediately. It was so exciting; this totally weird thing happening to a few pre-teen girls and then to every one. I couldn't stop reading. Why was this happening? I was completely entranced - for the first 150 pages, or so. The whole thing fizzled out by the ending with a less than satisfactory conclusion about why this all happened. I can't go into more detail without spoiling things, but I couldn't swallow the ending. After being so excited for the first ha [...]

    Epiphany by Stuart Land, is a story that entices the reader "in", within the first paragraph, and by the end of the first chapter has the reader enthralled. The second and third chapters go off into a tangent, but master wordsmith as he is Mr Land pulls all the threads together making one cohesive and thought provoking episode. The story is a "can't put it down" one and by the end of part one the reader has taken a roller coaster ride through the intricacies of a Scifi plot. The excitement engen [...]

    "Primal Daughters" by Stuart Land stands as one of the most fascinating science fiction novels I have ever read. I was drawn to reading the novel because I was extremely intrigued by its premise. I just had to experience what an author could do with such a delicate and controversial premise. I can wholeheartedly say that Land did not disappoint and exceeded my expectations. Land does intricate and thorough storytelling in many dimensions of the novels. I became emotionally invested in the array [...]

    Thought-provoking story that will restore your faith in humanity Big thank you to the author Stuart Land and BookTasters for providing me with a copy of the book in exchange for an honest review. I don't know where even to begin. I liked it tremendously, every new turn of the plot was mind blowing. I think it is important to have an open mind and trust the author when start reading the story.For me going through the pages of this book was an entire experience. I've never read Sci-Fi before, thou [...]

    I needed a few days after I finished the book to write a review. And I still don't know what to think - but I keep thinking about it which is the best review.I read the blurb and was instantly drawn to it. This is the first book by Stuart Land I ever read and I was pleasantly surprised by the style. I also loved the character development and how attached I feel to them.I have to say that the age of the girls turned out to be a trigger for me, so be aware of 11-13 years old girls getting pregnant [...]

    Let me preface this review with this note: I am very sensitive to authors trying to teach me their idea of correctness in politics or morality and it shows in my reviews.Well this review is a mixed bag and almost two reviews in one. I started this book already impressed with the writing of Stuart Land in what I considered one of the better things I read in 2011 [Original Blood]. Unfortunately, I got off to a bad start with this book because it seemed it was written to be the most politically cor [...]

    If you like medical thrillers, then this book will be right up your alley. A mysterious rash of pregnancies baffles doctors all over the world. The mothers are all virgin teen girls. As can be expected, accusations fly, terrified people want the virgin mothers dead, and the entire world waits with bated breath to see if these strange pregnancies signal the end of the world, or the beginning of a new one. The virgin mothers even have some strange cells floating around in their blood, begging the [...]

    The Times, They Are A-Changin’!Epiphany by Stuart Land is one of those unusual works that crosses genres, but not because of the writing style or the writer’s intent, but due to the reader’s interpretation of the storyline. Like with The Matrix, which was full of metaphysical import, some may choose to classify Epiphany as science fiction; others as a thriller; some may even classify it as fantasy; but others, like myself, will call it mystical fiction. It is an allegory for what is energe [...]

    This book intrigued me when I read the description--pre-pubescent girls all over the world mysteriously fall pregnant despite not reaching menarche and being virgins. The pregnancies do not follow the usual gestation and the resulting children have some rather extraordinary traits. A group of doctors and scientists work to try to figure out the whys and hows of this phenomena while governments try to maintain peace and order in what is proving to be a world-changing phenomena. If I reveal anythi [...]

    Epiphany is a thought-provoking novel that fascinates readers with it's intriguing plot and vast array of characters. When eleven and twelve year old girls mysteriously begin showing up pregnant around the world, Doctors Sam and Dorinda Enright, along with a team of scientists, FBI, and military personnel set out to find the root cause of this enigma. However, the more they delve into the pregnancies, the more puzzling the situation becomes. One thing they are certain of is the end of civilizati [...]

    Epiphany will grab hold of you and won't let you goeven days after you've read it.I'm going to be honest here and tell you that Stuart Land scared the hell out of me. As a parent this book took me on a roller coaster ride way out of my comfort zone. I LOVED IT! If I had to describe Epiphany, I'd say it was a brilliantly mastered, wonderfully written, cross genre book that kept me glued to my Kindle until I finished it. I had to know what was going on and what the end result was going to be.I've [...]

    Epiphany was very cleverly written. It can be hard for the sceptic to accept the idea of a peaceful existence or the reversal of social order and dismiss the story as too politically correct. As adults we stop looking for the 'happy ending' and believe more in the negative. It's like no longer believing in Santa, but still dreaming for the impossible. I loved the addition of the foreign languages and their explanations. Throughout the story I was waiting for something scary and gross to happen. [...]

    An interesting concept. I was instantly engrossed in the storyline about the mysterious pregnancies. As the story progressed, however, it became a little slow and boring. I really had a hard time finishing as the characters became more and more soap opera like.

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