Tiny Instruments is an 84,000-word literary science-fiction novel set in the near future. It’s about a scientist who is so well known and respected that when he dies, the world refuses to let him go. He is genetically copied, genetically enhanced, and is continually reproduced throughout multiple generations. The book follows the fifth such reproduction, who isn’t sure whether or not he is real. The “artificial” as I have called him, struggles to find his own identity through various events that go on in the research facility he is born into.
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Kaleb has seen a black room in his dreams for a long time. When he wishes for a door, it appears before his very eyes. What happens when he goes through it calls into question the nature of his very existence.
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