MILA 2.0 by Debra Driza

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June 18, 2013 by saharaj

I wasn’t sure what I’d think of this book but it I ended up really liking it. A high paced sci fi that brought into question humanity, which, quite practically, comes into question with any book involving clones, as this one did. 

Mila moves into a small town to try and move past the accident that killed her father and caused her to lose her memories.It isn’t until an accident that she begins to question who – or what – she is. Soon people are after her and her “mother” explains that she is a clone, and completely mechanical. She is the perfect weapon. But when Mila is taken by the people who made her, it becomes a fight of survival, saving her mother and finding a way to make them pick her over her other, more favoured clone. 

It was really good. If you like this sort of stuff, you might also want to try the Originals by Cat Patrick, which I read not to long ago, about three clones who were originally raised as triplets but now live different shifts of one girl’s life. That was also really good. 



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