Tuesday, December 25, 2012
Eve And Adam by Michael Grant and Katherine Applegate
Eve and Adam by by Michael Grant and Katherine Applegate is a really good, suspenseful book. It starts when a girl named Evening (a.k.a. Eve or E.V.) gets hit by a car. Her commanding, perfectly put-together mother brings her back to her company, Spiker Biopharmaceuticals, which houses a hospital. Evening meets a mysterious boy named Solo (what a great name, right?). Her wounded leg heals astonishingly fast... Then, her mom gives her a project to create a simulation boy from the DNA up.
I really can't tell more without giving anything away, but let me just tell you that this book has a very intriguing plot line, and there are lots of little things that I never saw coming! I would rate Eve and Adam five out of five stars and recommend it to anyone twelve and up (As with all books, it definitely depends on the person). Merry Christmas and a happy New Year!
❤ ✰ ✡ ❄ Rosalind ❄ ✡ ✰ ❤