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The Lost Girl

Mandanna, Sangu (Book - 2012 )
Average Rating: 4 stars out of 5.
The Lost Girl
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Sixteen-year-old Eva is the clone of a girl living far, far away on another continent--and when this 'other' dies, Eva must step in and take over her life.
Authors: Mandanna, Sangu
Title: The lost girl
Publisher: New York : Balzer + Bray, c2012.
Edition: 1st ed.
Characteristics: 419 p. ;,22 cm.
Summary: Sixteen-year-old Eva is the clone of a girl living far, far away on another continent--and when this 'other' dies, Eva must step in and take over her life.
Local Note: CLKYA1
ISBN: 9780062082312
0062082310
Statement of Responsibility: Sangu Mandanna
Subject Headings: Cloning Fiction. Cloning Juvenile fiction.
Genre/Form: Science fiction.
Young adult fiction.
Topical Term: Cloning
Cloning
LCCN: 2012006548
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Not bad, but I'm not in love with the ending...

Jan 21, 2013
  • nplante rated this: 5 stars out of 5.

Amazing book - great concept and characters are very real

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“I want to be human so badly it hurts.”

“You have to be a two people; a saint and a sinner”

“'You exist by the Weavers' grace. Only as long as you are what they expect of you. Do not understand how fragile that is? But if you replace your other, you might be safe. You might make your familiars happy, and then they will always keep you. So if only for my sake, child, hope that happens.'

'I don't wish for her to die!'

'Then I will wish it,' she replies ruthlessly.”

“But maybe that's what the dead do. They stay. They linger. Benign and sweet and painful. They don't need us. They echo all by themselves.”

“You,” he says, before the door closes all the way. “I often dream of you.”

“If you expect the worse, you're only denying someone a chance to be better”

“I’d rather spend the rest of my life without ever seeing you again,” he says, “than watch them destroy you because of me.”

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