What if you could evolve in a moment? What if you had the power to change the genetic future of your loved ones and the people they become - simply by the way you live your life?
When neuroscientist Daniel Hayden’s father dies, such thoughts begin to erode his very sanity, with
the growing fear that he might share a dark secret buried deep in his family’s past – a past he is
about to relive. The idea only seems to gain credibility from the bizarre results coming from
his own laboratory, forcing Daniel to resurrect the discredited theories of an eighteenth-century
naturalist in the process.
Was Daniel’s fate sealed all those years ago? Has he been betrayed by his own DNA?
Antisense combines literary fiction with the sharp, crisp prose and pace of the best suspense novels. The author's insight into medical science and how it might inform the nature of human behaviour is all the more compelling because it is based on real science. It's not a 'whodunnit' but a 'whydunnit'.