When David finds a mysterious machine that can copy living things, he thinks his problems are over. Now he can be in two places at once: at his grandmother's and out on a date. While the other David is in school, the real one can spend the day at the beach. The possibilities are endless. And they turn terrifying. David's duplicate has a mind, ideas, and desires of his own--and one of them is to see the real David dead.
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Review: The DuplicateUser Review - Julie Decker - Goodreads
David's got a problem: he committed himself to be in two places at once. He'd really love to ditch the boring obligation and go out with a girl, but there aren't two Davids, so he's stuck. Unless ... Read full review
Review: The DuplicateUser Review - Diana Welsch - Goodreads
William Sleator is great, but The Duplicate tells a tale as old as time. Pretty much every story about having an exact double of yourself ends up with them being crazy and causing all kind of problems ... Read full review