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  • Posted November 6, 2012

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    A kick butt post-apocalyptic adventure series that is a definite must read.

    A brilliant follow up to Clone Three! It follows Trio, a clone, starting right after the events of book 1. She finds herself on a rigged up steam engine heading across a post-apocalyptic United States. Trio is the main character, and still can’t remember what her mission is besides finding her clone sisters. Bits of her memory return, flashes of the past that make no sense to her and leave her on the edge. One of the leaders on the train, Chime, hates her and the crew sees her as a freak due to her strange abilities. Will she ever find her sister clones? Or will she never remember the real reason she is there? With her are her loyal friends Beckett, Poppy, the Dog, and their puppies. But their friendships will be tested, and the road to find what Trio is looking for is full of twists, deception, heartache and death.

    I loved this installment even more than the book one! It provided more insight into Trio than the last. Her relationships with her friends deepen, as well as her doubts. The world building continues with vivid descriptions and colorful characters. It had more of an adventurous spirit to it. The group’s travels were far from boring. The people they meet and the places they see are amazing. I was in awe of the world Ms. Larsen has introduced to the reader. Completely full of despair, destruction and surprisingly, life.

    We even get to finally meet another clone, Trio’s sister Duet, also known as Clone two. Her character may not be all there, but she is every bit as strong and devoted as Trio, even though she’s been altered. I loved their interactions, making me wonder what the next piece of the puzzle holds.

    A kick butt post-apocalyptic adventure series that is a definite must read. I can’t wait to read the last installment Clone One!

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