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Remembering Tomorrow
by Harold F. Hester   

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Books by Harold F. Hester
· Heaven's Luck
· January's Heat
· Our Naked Veterans
· Arlee
· Military Wives Cook Book
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Category: 

Fantasy

Publisher:  Booklocker ISBN-10:  1591133807 Type: 
Pages: 

312

Copyright:  Sep 1 2003
Fiction

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Remembering Tomorrow is a futuristic look at the world of the 22nd century, a specific government financed organization, the world of human cloning and a biblical look at a clone trying to find his soul. Josh, the clone is deeply in love with another clone but because of the rules governing his existence he needs an eternal soul and has many trials and tribulations trying to find his. Time travel both to the past and future are used to explain certain aspect of some of the characters. Players in this real life adventure of love, lust, murder and science and new laws for physics breakthroughs range from a klutzy pigeon to a fuzzy male clone to lovable 12th century time travelers.

It all begins from a book that was never written.

Without hesitation mother began…. ‘People created by cloning would be less ensouled than normal humans, or would be sub-human. A human who had the same number of chromosomes as a child created sexually, who was not gestated by a woman, and who talked, felt, and spoke as any other human, would ethically be human and a person but with no soul.
“Is that sufficient for now Josh?” Mother tried
“No.”
Excerpt
Why is life so precious? We are special because we are integral parts of infinity. Within our bodies, course the same elements that flame in the stars. Whether the story is told by a theologian who believes that creation was an act of God, or by a scientist who theorizes that it was a consequence of chemistry and physics, the result is the same;

Sex feels good but love hurts.


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Reader Reviews for "Remembering Tomorrow"

Reviewed by Harold Hester 4/12/2004
Remembering Tomorrow was a tough read but not that bad. Hester's two other efforts were excellent. A commenet on Heaven's Luck:- Laughing with tears in my eyes

I laughed a lot, and cried a little here and there, but enjoyed it immensely and hated for it to end. Fascinating story for those of us who remember, who ever wondered about what really went on, and especially those of us who lost family there. He did not have a Guardian Angel who could stop as many bullets as Roger did. The Author did a magnificent job of letting us into his world. The love scenes were very well done, tender and touching. Thank you, Harold Hester
- Good History Lesson
I really did enjoy reading this book. It was a good story a piece of history and it is definitely worth the buy. The Vets, especially the chopper pilots who read it will say, "Damn, I remember that stuff." Some will laugh, some won't but they will recognize the truth and enjoy the read at the same time.

Although the book is factual it is not dry. The author manages to keep, and share with us the sense of humor that I am sure brought a lot of folks through their year in 'Nam.

The Guardian Angels are a wonderful way of telling another part of the story. I for one have always believed in them and I figue they worked overtime in Vietnam and deserve their time in print also.

With all that is written about those years, Mr. Hester brings to life Roger's year with both fun and sorrow, the way it was.

The Glossary will be a big help to anyone not familiar with military jargon.

Buy the book, read it and learn while you enjoy a very nicely put together piece of history

- Vets and non-vets alike will enjoy this different war novel
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Customer Reviews of January's Heat were equally rewarding:

- A very good read.

A nice balance of science fact, science fiction and science undiscovered. This book challenged my thinking of who I am, where I am and when am I really there. We are all ordinary people, until something extraordinary happens. Hopefully this author has more stories to tell. Writter unknown, but their words are worthy of print.

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