About twenty years in the future, human cloning becomes a reality. For those who are able to afford a clone, they must perform a monthly upload of their consciousness to make the transition seamless in the event of their death. For Constance, who only has a clone because her aunt was the scientist who made cloning possible, things don’t quite go according to plan. She wakes up after a routine upload to discover that her original was murdered and there is an eighteen-month lag in her memories. Constance will have to solve her own murder in order to survive in this harsh new world where clones don’t have many of the same rights as their originals. How will she know who to trust when she can’t remember the last year and a half?
This was an incredibly fun and fast-paced science fiction thriller. I really enjoyed getting to know Constance, both the original and the clone. There’s a lot going on in this book, so you’ve got to pay attention to see the twists. It was also fun because nothing in this book sounded too far-fetched and a lot of it might offer insights into the actual future. Check it out!
|Page Count||352 pages|
|Publisher||Thomas & Mercer|
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|Category||Mystery, Crime, Thriller|