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296 pages, Hardcover
First published May 7, 2013
While I have a problem with every insta-love situation, I thought that this situation was ridiculous. I know you can be drawn to some people, but considering Lizzie knew her 'mum' could be in danger of going to prison and her and her clone sisters could be tested on, I found it ridiculous that she'd risk all of that. She'd been sharing her life for nine years, but she'll risk all of that for a boy she's known for a month? And honestly, I didn't feel any attachment to Saun whatsoever.
The plot was interesting, but the big 'plot twist' was kind of a let down. In both Forgotten and Revived, especially Forgotten, the plot twists were fascinating, and brilliant, but this one was kind of... lame.
Personally, I didn't think they handled the situation of their mother very well, either. And when Lizzie noticed things that were clearly important, she didn't tell the others! Considering how close they were, I would have thought she would have shared that she was a little concerned about that car behind the tree. And when they forgot the take the tracker necklace off. I was embarrassed for them.
I loved Lizzy and Betsy and Ella was alright. With their different personalities, I did like all of them, and I looked forward to all their different opinions on the situations, and as usual, I loved Cat Patricks story telling.
It doesn't matter the story, I will always read Cat Patrick books, and I always do enjoy them. She's one of my favourite authors, and while this particular story didn't meet my expectations, it was a good book.