Replica 20 :: Like Father, Like Son Book Review

Replica 20 :: Like Father, Like Son Book Review - Reviewed by Kidzworld on Dec 27, 2006
( Rating: 5 Star Rating)

Amy's boyfriend, Chris, gets a big shock when his long-lost dad shows up all of a sudden. But is Chris' dad up to something? It's up to Amy to find out before Chris ends up in big trouble!

Author: Marilyn Kaye

Amy Candler, the genetically engineered super clone, is trying to kick back at home and take it easy with her boyfriend, Chris. Suddenly Chris' long-lost dad shows up. Chris hasn't seen his old man in years so it's a big shock and he doesn't know how to feel about his, formerly rich, now down on his luck, father who abandoned him.

Unwilling Organ Donor

The next thing Amy knows, all kinds of rich and famous people are being reunited with their long-lost kids. It's reunion time, but there's something creepy going on. When Grace Morrison, the evil doctor behind Amy's super genes, shows up as well, Amy knows something's up. Is Amy going to be able to save her boyfriend Chris without revealing her powers? Or is Chris doomed to end up an unwilling organ donor?

The Bottom Line

Like Father, Like Son has an incredibly evil plot at work. I mean really evil, worse than anything Amy has ever had to stop. Good thing it's only a book, if your parents tried this it'd be totally freaky. Marilyn Kaye gets full points for pulling off a major creep-out just as stuff like this starts to happen in real life.

Replica 20: Like Father, Like Son Rating: 5

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