Six Sentence Sunday – What else makes an angel?

Happy Sunday everyone! I continue with my short story “The Angel Genome” in the “Extinct doesn’t mean forever” Anthology. 🙂

The doctor is explaining to Lucia what sets Zeph apart – why he’s refer to as an “angel” even though he is a child cloned from remains found that are almost human.

“His clavicles have dorsal protrusions, which have been developing. The possibility of growing real wings, even if they’re vestigial, is ever present. And some of the samples have shown promising implications for the cure of a number of immunity-related diseases.”

Wings. Samples. Needles and pain.

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About chrystallathoma

Welcome to my blog. My name is Chrystalla and I am a Fantasy, Science Fiction and Romance author. I am Greek Cypriot and I like to write about fantastical creatures, crazy adventures, and family bonds. I live in Cyprus with my husband and my vast herds of books. I write fantasy, science-fiction and romance, often all mixed up. View all posts by chrystallathoma

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