Hans Kasper Ivan Karp makes it his life purpose to rid the world of sex and gender as the nineteenth century draws to a conclusion. Knowing that achieving his aim will take several generations, Karp creates the Z factor, a new dominant chromosome. However, not everyone is enthralled by his hypothetical invention, the human species. Karp is an outcast after being accused of being crazy and unable to explain his thesis. His son, Ivan, is born years later, the result of artificial insemination. No one knows what the future holds for the globe.
Ivan Karp, who has been referred to as an upon by his parents for as long as he can remember, hears a knock at his door in 2009. Ivan welcomes a lady with many concerns regarding the human race after his father has passed away and human mutations are becoming more prevalent over the planet. Ivan muses on his inner issues regarding his real gender and discusses details of his gay connection with Aaron Moses as he retells his story up to the current day. Ivan makes two surprising discoveries during their conversation: Katherine is his daughter, and Aaron has somehow attained Karp's dream-findings that throw them all into the middle of an on revolution.
In this science fiction thriller, three generations of people engaged in the development of a hermaphroditic human race must band together to give the humans what they've always desired: freedom.
Cheryl M. Gross wrote the book, which was published by iUniverse on January 11th, 2014.