the memoirs of lab monkey Brutus
Brutus is not your ordinary lab monkey. After thousands of human neural stem cells are inserted into his cranium while he is “in utero”, he is born smart, smart as a human.
Actually, Brutus is considerably smarter, since his mental maturation proceeds at an extraordinary pace, so much so that at two years old he is writing a memoir. God Made the Animals, a humorous sci-fi novel of 53,000 words, is that memoir.
The memoir traces Brutus’s beginnings in a biology lab at Excellence By the Sea University, where his de facto father, Dr. Dave Smolin, brought his human mind into being, and carries the reader through the monkey’s second year, by which time he has achieved independence….
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