The Abortionist

In the not too distant future, where abortion is legal until the 18th year, the mentally disabled daughter of a pro life senator discovers an abortionist coming for her just days before achieving personhood leading to a fast paced chase through a dangerous city, where friends and foes are indiscernible.The aging abortionist, whose sagging career depends on the girl s termiIn the not too distant future, where abortion is legal until the 18th year, the mentally disabled daughter of a pro life senator discovers an abortionist coming for her just days before achieving personhood leading to a fast paced chase through a dangerous city, where friends and foes are indiscernible.The aging abortionist, whose sagging career depends on the girl s termination, must struggle not only to find her in time, but to survive himself when a mysterious stranger enters the hunt But most of all, he must struggle with his own past.Colin Cohen s The Abortionist is part thriller, part Swiftian satire It is the story of the insatiable desire to live, and one man s unsought chance for redemption.
The Abortionist In the not too distant future where abortion is legal until the th year the mentally disabled daughter of a pro life senator discovers an abortionist coming for her just days before achieving pers

  • Title: The Abortionist
  • Author: Colin Cohen
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 497
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • 1 thought on “The Abortionist”

    1. A really decent storyline with half-constructed characters and absolutely abysmal grammar. Every fourth sentence should not begin with "and." Someone needs a really good editor.

    2. This was a fairly short read with a storyline similar to a few books and films that I’ve read and seen over the last year ~ one that examines the morality of abortion and the possibility of post-birth termination. Whilst it wasn’t as detailed or thought-provoking as “Unwind” by Neal Shusterman, this was a good read. The hypocrisy of people and society’s negligence of less fortunate citizens is examined there is a brief but disturbing scene where an old man is being eaten by feral dogs [...]

    3. This book was just Wow. From the time you're born to when you turn 18 you're considered a fetus and not a child. Rather than aborting a child before its born, they're aborting them afterwards. A quote from the book: " But eighteen years makes so much more sense. A person is truly independent of its patents at that age, as opposed to birth-or at some artificially determined moment of 'viability', as they once called it. Lets face it: upon delivery a fetus is more dependent on its own mother than [...]

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