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Perfect Copy by Judith Gaines
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May 30, 2012

really liked it
bookshelves: book-rooster, action-adventure, female-protagonist, science-fiction, suspense
Read from May 20 to 30, 2012

Bottom line: Good sci-fi thriller, definitely a page turner.

Perfect Copy follows Brina, a woman who helps mentor Roman, a clone of the lead scientist on a secret illegal project. With short, easily consumable chapters, this is perfect for a bedtime read.

Gaines maintains a lot of tension throughout the story. Brina's desire to protect Roman helps the reader become much more invested in the outcome.

The story did have a few shortcomings. Without trying to give any spoilers, there were definitely some aspects of a familiar horror plot near the end. Even so, it's still worth the read for the use of the mad scientist creating clones.

There's enough unresolved plot points that there's room for a sequel. I'll be interested to see where Gaines takes the story in the future. She's an author to watch.

I received a complimentary copy of this story in exchange for an honest review.

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15.0% "Slow start, but enjoyable. Interested to see where it goes next."
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