100 Girls

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Simon Pulse, Jun 17, 2008 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 176 pages
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Adopted, supersmart, and bumped up two grades -- it's no wonder Sylvia's always felt different. But recently she's been going through some major physical changes, and they're not of the typical teenager kind.

Sylvia has no idea why she can move like a gymnast and punch like a heavyweight, and the strange nightmares she's been having are completely freaking her out. But there are people who have the answers she's looking for, and Sylvia's determined to find them.

Trouble is, they've already found her....

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User Review  - fr3dt3ch - LibraryThing

Interesting play on a not too unfamiliar theme of lab created human weapons. The interest is there for me to want to know what happened before this and what happens next. Good coloring and illustration. Read full review

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User Review  - mrsdwilliams - LibraryThing

Sylvia Mark is having nightmares and going through some changes that make her increasingly more unpopular at school. Soon she runs away and finds herself embroiled in a fast-paced adventure as she tries to stay a step ahead of the bad guys who are after her and her "sisters." Read full review

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