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Mary Modern by Camille DeAngelis
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Jan 04, 08

Recommended for: someone looking for something different
Read in January, 2008

This book is quite bizarre. It's also surprising, suspenseful, enchanting, and entertaining. It's really hard to categorize, but it definitely has some science fiction elements with a little love thrown in for good measure.

My only complaint: Deangelis breaks up the story into short one page chapters that start with a time and place. This is rather annoying because the story doesn't really flow all that well, but I guess that's the appeal. All of the chunks eventually piece together to form an unusual story about the repercussions of cloning.
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