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The Clone Codes by Patricia C. McKissack
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I was initially drawn in by the idea, which was great and had so much potential. Of course, the finished product doesn’t always amount to potential. I easily guessed the plot. When Leanna was surprised and stunned about something she just discovered I was thinking what! You didn’t already know that? I've been guessing that the whole book! The writing is beginner and I could’ve easily written it, which is saying a lot. The worse part to me, though, was that it seemed like it was trying to teach a lesson. Don’t get me wrong- I am one hundred and ten percent against slavery- but when it comes to books I read for entertainment , I don’t want to feel like I’m in school(I already spend like 8 hours in school every day, and don’t need anymore!). It was a good idea but it feels almost as if they put TOO much research into this.

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