I blog about my upcoming releases, all sorts of other books, and other bits of fluff from my mind. I also have a passion for wildlife and the environment. Every now and then I also share poems and stories.
What can I say about Clone 3? The story, the concept, the characters. All check.
Meet Clone 3, AKA Trio, she doesn’t know who she is, where she is, or how she got there.
All she knows is she’s woken up in a dystopian world full of children, who fight to survive, in a world without adults and dwindling resources.
Add to that there are groups of children who seem to have been mutated into terrifying creatures by a deadly virus called the sick.
So what’s a girl to do when she find herself in this world, but follow her instincts?
I have to say that I will be reading the next in this series, I can’t wait to see how it unravels, I loved all the characters and the detail of this book. I could clearly picture every character and really got to know them and root for them.
The only thing I’m uncertain about is Clone 3’s age. I imagined her to be the only woman in a world full of kids, but Spoiler (she ends up kissing one of the older kids.)
That span me out no end. End Spoiler.
Also every time Trio found herself in dire straits I kept thinking she was more than capable of kicking her way out. She often did, but there were a few times she refrained for no apparent reason.