Brave New Girl

Brave New Girl

eBook - 2017
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In a world where everyone is the same, Trigger 17 convinces Dahlia 16 that she is unique but this proves that both are flawed, which could lead to dire consequences for their entire genomes.
Publisher: New York : Delacorte Press, [2017]
ISBN: 9780399552472
Branch Call Number: eBook
Characteristics: 1 online resource
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Additional Contributors: OverDrive, Inc

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LoganLib_Zoe May 13, 2019

I cannot believe the ending on this novel! What a crazy, awesome storyline.

This story follows Dahlia 16, one of many clones amongst Lakeview. There are many different divisions and ranks among Lakeview with different clones made for a particular division and rank.

Fraternising with another division is against the rules.

Dahlia 16, a hydroponic Gardener, was on her way back to her class when the elevator loses power and she is stuck in there with defence Force, special unit, Trigger 17.

Infatuation is considered a sickness and flaw for Dahlia, however for Trigger they do not see this as the case. Everything Dahlia has learnt is completely different to what Trigger has learnt. Why is it okay for one division and not another?

These continuous questions and encounters lead to the pair being caught and leaving Dahlia and Trigger to find out much more than they have been taught. For generations they have been blinded and used.

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StratusFlyer
Jul 21, 2018

I read this book as an ARC. Here is part of my review:

"I love futuristic books. The book was still believable, even though it had technology that we today are no where close to creating. I liked the idea of creating clones, but the author did not use too much 'science talk.'

There were a few things about the book that were not my favorite. Sometimes I felt that the story did not really flow. I did not get sucked into this book."

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KshamaGhimire
Apr 08, 2018

This book is a must read. Ratings:
Plot: 10/10
Characters: 9/ 10

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Bookworm12130
May 28, 2019

Bookworm12130 thinks this title is suitable for 13 years and over

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StratusFlyer
Jul 21, 2018

StratusFlyer thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 11 and 17

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Bookworm12130
May 30, 2019

Coarse Language: Multiple uses of sh*t, b*tch, what the h*ll, and d*mn.

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