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Kids Fiction 2844
A good book for all science friction lovers
Overall rating 
 
4.0
Plot/Characters/Writing Style 
 
4.0
Illustrations/Photos (if applicable) 
 
0.0
Reader reviewed by Yvonne

Wow!i cant stop reading that book once i started!it's like the curiousity drives me crazy!
12 year old,Amy Candler finds out how she's different from others,with all her special abilities and all....from her mother ,Nancy Candler who was one of the scientists involve in project cresent.She found out that she's supposed to be a perfect girl,picked out from the best of zillion of cells along with her 12 other sister(although of of the girls,Aly,was considered a 'defective and rejected 'clone.
It must be difficult for Amy though,having the power that she's not supposed to 'show-off'because of the bad guys out there,wanting to capture her.
The book was in an exciting series that will keep u hooked once u start reading .Besides the excitment,there's also the other side of Humour,friendship and romance.
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