Powerful and therapeutic, The Human Farm by new author Lois Amari hors both sides regarding the intricate moral and ethical questions surrounding abortion rights. With sympathy for all, the author weaves two masterfully crafted plots-one a dreamscape, the other a succinct court battle-into one bone chilling experience filled with suspense, intrigue and anticipation. Incredibly thought provoking and at times alarming, this timely work plays on readers' emotions and intellect until the final page, when a judge will decide once and for all either the pace of mankind's moral demise or to uphold a new world order in which moral and ethical boundaries are established to protect humanity and true destiny.
A graduate of the University of Illinois at Chicago and recipient of the Bell Honor Award, Lois Amari received a fellowship to earn her master's in chemical engineering and has worked in the pharmaceutical industry for the past decade. In August 2003, she founded a web magazine called Strong In Grace (www.strongingrace.com). In her free time, she enjoys writing, singing, and traveling.