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First, the good: The book was well editted, containing no real errors that I can recall. The story had obviously been tightened up when I read it, and the first half was paced almost as well as the second.
The not so good: There was a whole lot of explanation on the whys/hows of the science in the science fiction, and it didn't really seem plausible. The idea of someone being able to gather a DNA sample sufficient to test from a t-shirt they touched? Being able to take a sample and rip it apart for analysis in an hour or two? Hm. That really was difficult for me to accept. The main character was very much in her own head, and kept necessary information to herself for no obvious reason. I would have liked for Sam's "voice" to sound more obviously her own. Since she's supposed to be a genius, I rather expected her voice to sound more intelligent. As it was, she sounded like all the other teen characters. I also don't really get how people can claim there are a ton of twists and turns in the plot. This was a straightforward sci-fi/YA romance/running from the Man story. I did think that the bad guy was ridiculously over powered. As that is likely to feature more prominently in the remaining books, I will not be picking them up. I might consider another story by the same author, but perhaps one without as much science in it.
Life for Samantha is about to change and not for the best , everything she has ever known will be questioned and she will along with friends start the journey of a lifetime for answers and survival.
If you love genetics and modification stories , then head now and pick up your copy of Book#1 in the Samantha Project Trilogy - "The Samantha Project".
This book was a fun read, though quite predictable. But it was decently well written and held interest. It ended, not surprisingly, with a cliffhanger. Interested in finishing the series, though I could do without the highschool angst over which guy to choose: the one who's loved her faithfully, or the one with the (literally) magnetic attraction.