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I like this book, but there are a somethings that I would've liked explained better. 1.) How the Weavers create the "echo's". Read morePublished 4 months ago by JJ
Emotionally accessible and interesting, but hard to believe and frustrating. It's not actually that hard to believe the "making copies of people" part - because it's never... Read morePublished 4 months ago by L. Davidson
This is a very strange story but I had a hard time putting it down. I was always guessing the next thing to happen or go wrong. Very interesting.Published 5 months ago by Kindle Customer
Great book. Plot is very creative and the ending is magnificent! Makes you wish this book was a series instead of a single book. I would definitely recommend this to a friend.Published 9 months ago by Amelie Thompson
The book is in excellent condition. I didn't pay very much for it so I was excited to see it was in great condition.Published 9 months ago by Gymnastics Mom
Thoroughly enjoyable. Excellent alternative to the gruesome modern text aimed at teens.Published 12 months ago by Kirsten Porganyi
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You can say I am one of those readers who feels iffy about Dystopian novels. Read more
I liked the book - it was interesting, fresh but the end of the book was just frustrating... it was not like I did not like the end - there was no end, I guess the author just cut... Read morePublished 17 months ago by ev
Wearing the face, but not the personality of another is what drives this story. As with any teenager, the clone-like duplicate (or 'echo') of another individual must figure out... Read morePublished 18 months ago by Deborah Engelke