Blueprint

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Lerner Publications Company, 2000 - Cloning - 189 pages
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In this futuristic novel about identity and the desire to control one's destiny, author Charlotte Kerner tackles the subject of genetic cloning and twins. This gripping novel demonstrates powerful, relevant, and often painful insight into the psyche of a young woman.

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User Review  - BrianFannin - LibraryThing

Finally trying to slog through this thing. Yes, yes, I know, it's brief. German aside, I think it's a bit tedious. Still, I'm finding a fairly easy read (finally) so odds are good that I'll get to the end of it. Read full review

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User Review  - Jane Doe - Kirkus

Siri is the daughter/twin of Iris and one of the first cloned beings in this seamless translation of German author Kerner's exploration of the psychological reality for cloned humans. A famous pianist ... Read full review

Contents

Blueprint
11
Unison
38
Duet
72
Discord
88
Youth I
97
Duel
114
Copyright

About the author (2000)

Mirjam Pressler won the German Youth Literature Prize in 1994 for the body of her work. A translator and biographer of Anne Frank, she lives in Germany and Israel.
Elizabeth D. Crawford's translations have won many prizes, including the 1998 Batchelder Award for ""The Robber and Me,"" by Josef Holub (Holt).

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