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by Victor Koman

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Victor Koman
Franklin Watts; 1st edition (April 1, 1989)
Genre Fiction
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Solomon's Knife is Victor Koman's Prometheus Award-winning .

Solomon's Knife is Victor Koman's Prometheus Award-winning medical thriller/courtroom drama about transoption: the surgical. Readers of Solomon's Knife will likely enjoy the balanced view this film presents.

Dr. Evelyn Fletcher is a surgeon caught in a maelstrom of controversy. She has secretly devised a surgical procedure that could alter the lives of millions. When the beautiful and successful Valerie Dalton walks into Fletcher's office for a routine abortion, the doctor realizes that she has found the perfect experimental subject

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Victor Koman (born 1954) is an American science fiction and fantasy writer and agorist. A three-time winner of the Prometheus Award, Koman is mainly popular in the libertarian community. He is the owner of the publishing house KoPubCo. in Information Technology was conferred by Capella University in 2016. He also possesses a BSIS (with honors, summa cum laude) from University of Redlands (2001) and an MBA from Pepperdine University (2004).

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Solomons Knife by Victor Koman Also by Victor Koman from PULPLESS.Count of books: 39269 Count of authors: 15487 Count of sequences: 5622.

Victor Koman, three-time Prometheus Award-winning author of Kings of the High Frontier, finally releases his long-suppressed first novel. Based on his Galaxy Magazine short story, Death's Dimensions tells the tale of a stunningly unusual and startlingly original hero worthy of the New Wave novels of Norman Spinrad or Robert Silverberg. His death wish exceeded that of any other mortal.

When the womb of a woman scheduled for an abortion is placed in another woman and a child is born of the deception, a raging controversy ignites opposing factions and creates a moral quagmire
  • This book exercises your mind, emotions and morals. I could not put it down and my mind was challenged throughout. Thought provoking, insightful and satisfying, makes you wonder, "what if?" Loved it!

  • This story really does a great job of portraying the ugly extremes on both sides in the abortion issue, the bureaucracy of the health care industry and the opportunism of the legal profession.
    Thought provoking and alot of fun to read.

  • Solomon's Knife is one of the greatest SF novels ever and it deals with one of the most important and complicated issues of libertarian theory -- children's rights. I recommend everyone to read it, no exceptions.

  • I don't think anything could have improved it. A well-thought-out story, good characters, believable science. I couldn't put it down until I was done!

  • Excellent read. I don't want to give away any of the plot and in so doing diminish the reader's enjoyment of this thought provoking novel. (I must confess, however, I did read the dj blurbs, reviews, etc. before hand and it did take away some of the novel's surprise, but if I hadn't read those things, I probably wouldn't have ever read the novel, i.e., sort of a catch twenty-two.) Solomon's Knife is quote a "science fiction" novel, but since it takes place in the present or near present, it doesn't seem to be SF at all, i.e., it's easy to read and understand, and it has understandable character names, locations, etc., i.e., it is for all appearances a main-stream novel (for readers who may be put-off/frightened by SF). The novel is about how the development of a new technology can remove old dependencies, create new possibilities, and lead to the establishment of new basic human rights and freedoms. But social change doesn't come easy, i.e., it shakes us up, makes us want to kick the butts of those we believe to be transgressors, and seems to take forever to be accepted and permissible. The only crime here is that no one before me reviewed this book. How can this be?

  • Why was this given a prometheus award? Boring premise only interests female ausience. lame x10million