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TRELLIS by N. S. Hill
Chapter Six First Paragraph:
The island sunshine shone brightly through the tall sterile windows into Dr. Salvaggi’s lab. The back of the large room had been lined with shelving that ran from floor to ceiling holding what could only be described as atrocities that were performed against the clones on Trellis. Some of the jars held a human brain or organs from a clone that at one time went to anesthetic slumber on the doctor’s operating table and never woke up. The Doctor never meant for them to meet their demise this way. However, in his mind this was the side effect of trying to perfect the flawless weapon. The other jars were brain samples he had recently began to acquire from around the globe. He called them his control group, his pool of samples from Trellis that he studied were lacking in new information that he needed.