Eve and Adam by Michael Grant
Hardcover, 291 pages
If you had the opportunity to genetically create your own “soul mate,” would you? Leave thoughts in the comments, and check out Eve & Adam by Michael Grant and Katherine Applegate.
I enjoyed the story, though the title seems a little misleading, in retrospect. And while I enjoyed the story, I felt like the characters were predictable. My favorite stories are those where the predictions I make are wrong. The story plays on the scientific elements of cloning, and advanced medical technologies, and would be an interesting addition to my unit on ethics which already included The Gardener by S. A. Bodeen and The Adoration of Jenna Fox by Mary Pearson.
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