The Tomorrow Gene is book one in the Tomorrow Gene Series and this is a series well worth reading for those who like science fiction of the genetic engineering type. This series is probably best described as a sci fi psychological thriller. The second and third books are The Eden Experiment, and The Tomorrow Clone
The protagonist Ephraim Todd arrives in Eden, the largest artificial archipelago in the world and home to a corporation that offers genetic enhancements and modifications for the super-rich. Ephraim is there to find his brother, who disappeared more than a decade ago, but the island is wreathed in secrets, and finding his brother is not an easy matter. When Ephraim starts to unravel the truth, he finds himself unable to trust his own mind, and much of the book is his intense struggle with himself, which I found bordering on excessive at times. However, the depth of characterisation, at least for me, makes up for the slowing of pace, and the writing itself is excellent. The end is a nice twist I didn’t see coming.
The rest of the series continues in the same vein with more and more layers of secrets, revelations and surprising turns. I enjoyed all the books and found the conclusion to the series satisfying.