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A surreal black comedy - a seductively hip satire of popular culture and consumerism. A modern fable about science, family, TV, and love gone wrong. One day in the late 1980s, a young boy receives a plane ticket, along with a letter from his father telling him it is time for him to come and live in Australia.He learns that his father is a rich and famous scientist and A surreal black comedy - a seductively hip satire of popular culture and consumerism. A modern fable about science, family, TV, and love gone wrong. One day in the late 1980s, a young boy receives a plane ticket, along with a letter from his father telling him it is time for him to come and live in Australia.He learns that his father is a rich and famous scientist and entrepreneur, well known for his bizarre inventions. He is quickly dragged into the crazy world of his father’s top-secret genetic research and experiments into cloning. 'This black little fable begins with one of the best opening sentences I've seen lately, something that could sum up an entire generation's understanding of 20th-century world history.'—Sydney Morning Herald


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A surreal black comedy - a seductively hip satire of popular culture and consumerism. A modern fable about science, family, TV, and love gone wrong. One day in the late 1980s, a young boy receives a plane ticket, along with a letter from his father telling him it is time for him to come and live in Australia.He learns that his father is a rich and famous scientist and A surreal black comedy - a seductively hip satire of popular culture and consumerism. A modern fable about science, family, TV, and love gone wrong. One day in the late 1980s, a young boy receives a plane ticket, along with a letter from his father telling him it is time for him to come and live in Australia.He learns that his father is a rich and famous scientist and entrepreneur, well known for his bizarre inventions. He is quickly dragged into the crazy world of his father’s top-secret genetic research and experiments into cloning. 'This black little fable begins with one of the best opening sentences I've seen lately, something that could sum up an entire generation's understanding of 20th-century world history.'—Sydney Morning Herald

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