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Posted June 9, 2013
.Technically there¿s not a lot wrong with ¿D.N.A.¿ There are a f
.Technically there’s not a lot wrong with “D.N.A.” There are a few word use errors that are clearly typos and one place that I spotted where a name was used when clearly the name of another character should have been in its place. The story opens with Debney being tortured and her revenge in short order and flashbacks to key events follow so that the reader understands the pain that the young woman has experienced. We are constantly reminded of how much she loves her father and how rich he left her and how evil her mother, select adults and classmates are. Adult characters occasionally seem to lend voice to the author in the story in lecturing about modern teenagers and how loosely they treat themselves and their sexuality and as the intended audience is young reader, that message may hit the mark.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.