The Morphodite

The Morphodite The Morphodite by M A FosterHow do you destroy a conspiracy without making waves Because every such underground movement has a key person the subtle way is to remove that keystone and watch the rest

  • Title: The Morphodite
  • Author: M.A. Foster
  • ISBN: 9780879976699
  • Page: 157
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Morphodite by M.A FosterHow do you destroy a conspiracy without making waves Because every such underground movement has a key person, the subtle way is to remove that keystone and watch the rest of the organization fall apart.Their world was ultra conservative, isolated, opposed to change Their secret police had tried many means to keep it that way Now they had coThe Morphodite by M.A FosterHow do you destroy a conspiracy without making waves Because every such underground movement has a key person, the subtle way is to remove that keystone and watch the rest of the organization fall apart.Their world was ultra conservative, isolated, opposed to change Their secret police had tried many means to keep it that way Now they had contrived their cleverest secret weapon This was a genetically patterned, laboratory raised human genius, the Morphodite.The Morphodite needed no computers to detect the key to any conspiracy the know how was structured into his her brain The Morphodite needed no assistance to make a foolproof escape after such an assassination The know how was built into his her body.But the Morphodite had one defect its gestapo parents had not planned He shecould think for itself And its thoughts were total subversion.

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    1. reviewstaphorosis 3 starsOn a world where change of any kind is actively suppressed, a shadowy conspiracy has created a powerful weapon: a person who can pinpoint the linchpin of any society - and remove it. But what do you do when your weapon has a mind of its own?I first ran across M. A Foster through The Gameplayers of Zan, the first in his complex and and interesting Ler series. I subsequently picked up many of his other books, including the Morphodite trilogy. I remember them as being dense [...]

    2. This is a freakly little book, one that I have read easily a dozen times. One of my dozen or so favorites.Foster's THE MORPHODITE -- the plot -- is a loose, necessarily odd-structured assassination/fugitve story, and I have great affection for all the characters. BUT what captivates are the ideas.The Morphodite character unites two crazy propositions, and two crazy propositions at the same time might be too many. [SPOILERS? Pretty abstract, as spoilers go.]1) A person is taught to change its own [...]

    3. Oerlikon was a world where people had decided the best course was to “not to change.” A very strict society had developed with police forces ever on the alert for changes. The internal security / police developed, in their, human modification labs, the Morphodite, a person that had the ability to figure out who was the key person in an organization, to assassinate him or her, and to get away. As part of the escape mechanism Morphodite could change him or herself at will though would end up a [...]

    4. Morphodite(1981)Transformer (83)Preserver (85)In essence, these are classic good vs. evil confrontations, with the moral vigor of the Morphodite and his allies contrasted with the evil and corruption of the Mask Factory and the Galactics who built it. But they'll get their comeuppance, in the oft-appalling vengeance of the Morphodite!This closely-linked series features marvelously Vancean writing, vivid characters and weird societies. Minor plot-logic lapses. And, I'm sorry to say, PRESERVER isn [...]

    5. In truth, I didn't really enjoy this book.The premise itself is awesome. Assassinations in history have done little or nothing to stem the tides of power. But what if you could change that? What if they were targeting the wrong people and should have been gunning for the quiet people behind the power. Those people who are, in reality, the linchpins that hold a social system together. What if a group created a genetically modified entity specifically designed to target these individuals? It would [...]

    6. M. A. Foster's first book in his Morphodite series. The Morphodite was a young man who had been raised with a "different" knowledge of science than the rest of the universe. He was meant to be an experiment and then, if the experiment was successful, he would be used as the ultimate spy, since no one would be able to track him--with the ability to not only change his appearance, but his sex, age and even DNA code. Unfortunately, what no one expected was that the Morphodite would be a little bit [...]

    7. I've read this book many times. It's not written amazingly well, but the premise and concept are uber cool what if someone could delve into the Ether and figure out who that one person was that holds a given society together? (hint: it's never the political figurehead) What if that someone was an assassin who could escape unscathed because they can Change in to another person altogether? I just find the whole thing interesting and the lines of thought intriguing, especially as what would normall [...]

    8. Took almost forever to get through. Slow on action and too long winded narration. Decent storyline, yet lacking any considerable fast flowing of the tale, almost making it boring.

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