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‘7th Son: Descent’ by J.C. Hutchins, Serialized (Part 3)

Welcome to the third serialized audio installment of J.C. Hutchins’ SF thriller 7th Son: Descent, a novel set in present day featuring human cloning, dangerous technologies, and “beyond Top Secret” government conspiracies.

If this is your first exposure to our free serialization of 7th Son, catching up is a breeze. You can find the novel’s first installment here, and its second installment here. Or you can dive in right away, right here!

THE STORY SO FAR: Two weeks after the bizarre murder of the U.S. president, seven strangers were torn from their “normal” lives and brought to a secret government science facility. Despite minor differences in appearance, it was clear they were the same man, with identical childhood memories.

These seven “John Michael Smiths” were unwitting participants in a human cloning experiment. Each man — carpenter John, demented hacker Kilroy2.0, marine Michael and the others — were brought here because their creators identified the man behind the president’s assassination. It’s the man they were cloned from — the man whose childhood memories they all share — a ruthless psychopath code-named “John Alpha.”

As the clones wrestle with these revelations, the Project 7th Son staffers promise to reveal even more about their extraordinary origins…

Note: The novel features Rated R violence and adult language. Awwww yeaahhhhh.

Check out the third serialized installment below.


If you enjoy the experience, support the book by purchasing a copy at Amazon, Barnes & Noble or Borders, or printing this PDF order form and presenting it at your favorite bookstore. You can learn more about the book at J.C.’s site.

LISTEN TO “7TH SON” Part 3

(7th Son: Descent by J.C. Hutchins – Episode 3)

If you’ve enjoyed the experience so far, you can support the book by purchasing a copy at Amazon or elsewhere. You can learn more about the book at J.C.’s site.

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