Synopses & Reviews
BUILD-A-BEAR WORKSHOP MEETS JURASSIC PARK WHEN A NEWLY GRADUATED GENETIC ENGINEER GOES TO WORK FOR A COMPANY THAT AIMS TO PRODUCE CUSTOM-MADE DRAGONS
Noah Parker, a newly minted Ph.D., is thrilled to land a dream job at Reptilian Corp., the hottest tech company in the American Southwest. He's eager to put his genetic engineering expertise to use designing new lines of Reptilian's feature product: living, breathing dragons.
Although highly specialized dragons have been used for industrial purposes for years, Reptilian is desperate to crack the general retail market. By creating a dragon that can be the perfect family pet, Reptilian hopes to put a dragon into every home.
While Noah's research may help Reptilian create truly domesticated dragons, Noah has a secret goal. With his access to the company's equipment and resources, Noah plans to slip changes into the dragons' genetic code, bending the company's products to another purpose entirely . . .
About Domesticating Dragons:
"Koboldt delivers and funny and immersive look at the world of genetic engineering. . . . With characteristic verve, Koboldt contrasts the playful adventure plot with eerie dystopian setting and a seering examination of corporate greed and ambition. Fans of inventive speculative fiction are sure to be pleased." -- Publishers Weekly
About Dan Koboldt:
". . . very readable and highly enjoyable. . . . Characters that are more than the sum of their parts, a world that has so much to offer, and a story that races along apace . . . " --SFF World on The World Awakening