“Replication” by Jill Williamson

1 Feb

“Replication” by Jill Williamson

Wow! I had never EVER read a story about clones! Mrs. Williamson did an exceptional job in creating this story; it is something new, completely original. With so many authors writing about vampires and all types of fairy tales it is nice to find something different. I loved the characters and was amazed by how well everything was done, the only thing I feel Williamson could have carried out better was the ending, I felt that she wrapped everything up in a bit of a rush, and I wanted more… still, I loved Replication; I rate it four and a half stars. Recommend to anyone looking for a quick, captivating read.

Martyr knows he is going to expire soon, his purpose in life is to died as a sacrifice for the people outside…or so he thinks. When Dr.Goyer  comes to work in Jason Farms he treats all the Jasons differently, he is kind and caring, unlike the other doctors. Martyr knows that Dr.Goyer might be the only way that he can go to the outside if only for a moment to accomplish his one desire before expiring, to see the sky.

Abby Goyer can’t believe that her father is making them move to Alaska, she doesn’t want to leave her friends and family behind.When she arrives in Alaska she knows something weird is up in her dads new job, she doesn’t know what, but when a boy shows up in her room asking to see the sky she knows everything is at as it seems.

Many thanks Zondervan Publishers for providing me with a copy of this book to review.  I was not required to write a positive review. All opinions expressed are mine and mine alone.

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