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Eve & Adam by Michael  Grant
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Aug 24, 2012

really liked it
bookshelves: science-fiction, ya-fiction, romance
Read from August 23 to 24, 2012 — I own a copy

How far are we willing to take science to cure people? To create life? How about creating the perfect human? “Eve and Adam” is an entertaining, fast-paced read that tackles the concept of finding the perfect mate and the morality of genetic engineering and playing god.

The action picks up about halfway through the book. The action scenes are well-written.

There are at least a dozen uses crass terms that seem unnecessary to me. The authors may have included them to appeal to an older teen audience.

Although a sequel is planned,the ending wraps up nicely, although maybe a little abruptly.

I would give it three stars for the writing, but the interesting concept and fast-paced storyline elevate it to four.

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