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Rewind (Replica: The Plague Trilogy #1)

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No one can identify the cause of the mysterious disease. There’s evidence that the bacteria infected human genes as much as a million years ago. Back in the prehistoric age. Back when dinosaurs roamed the land. Back when cavepeople communicated in grunts and gestures. And the bacteria has been dormant—until now.
Amy’s refined genes make her immune to this terrible plague. B
Paperback, 136 pages
Published February 12th 2002 by Skylark
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Sep 18, 2017 rated it liked it
I loved this books when I was 11-12 and when I've found this trilogy super cheap I couldn't help myself and bought them. I think I won't re-read all 24 books because I wouldn't enjoy them as much as when I was 11 and some books are better to be left as fond memory
May 20, 2017 rated it it was ok
I, sadly, am no longer the target audience for this book. I decided to read it after growing nostalgic for the early books of the REPLICA series. Naturally it was a breeze to read through, and it's entertaining on a very basic level, but Grown-Up Me was disappointed with all of the "handwave-ium" explanations for how everything was actually possible. The second book of the trilogy sends Amy inside a human body as a pathogen? The third book sends her into the future? At one time I would have eate ...more
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Apr 13, 2015 rated it really liked it
At first, I thought this book came after book 24, Amy, on Her Own, until I found out that The Plague Trilogy is sandwiched in-between books 21 & 22. I enjoyed Rewind because it incorporated time travel and a plague. It strikes me as being a version of 12 Monkeys for younger audiences. The title, Rewind, is appropriate because Amy and Andy are rewound to Earth's past. I enjoyed the Star Trek and Flintstones references. I am hoping that the next two books will be as interesting as the first an ...more
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Se, kuinka nopeasti Amy oppi paikallisen kielen, ärsytti.
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