Solomonís Knife
by Victor Koman

A Prometheus-Award-winning novel about a doctor who invents and performs a procedure to implant an aborted fetus onto the uterus of a volunteer. It has little to do with political philosophy and libertarianism. But it is a good novel and a good exposition of the moral implications of abortion.

Year Read: 2009


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