Wednesday, September 26, 2012

Beta by Rachel Cohn


On a futuristic island paradise where humans are served by enslaved clones, a16-year-old clone named Elysia seeks her own freedom.
~Goodreads 

Publisher: Disney Hyperion 
Number of Pages: 304
Type: Hardcover 

Reviewed by Alexandra, age 18
Beta builds a utopian, unique world, and invites readers to explore it as Elysia does: objectively, and without any of the sensational affects of the island of Demesne which the humans experience – or at least that’s what she’s supposed to experience. This book beautifully explores the implications of a perfect world for the rich at the expense the rest of society. Elysia discovers the more-than-shady underside of this seemingly perfect society in this entrancing book – with sequels to come! Girls ages 16-18 would enjoy this series.

This book hits shelves October of 2012! 

Happy reading! 
Alexandra, age 18


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