The Beginning

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Bantam Books, 2000 - Juvenile Fiction - 149 pages
Amy is going back to the place where she was born -- Washington, D.C. It's a class trip to take in the historic sights of the nation's capital. Sure, Amy's uneasy about traveling to the home turf of the people who funded Project Crescent -- the reason she's alive -- and is in constant fear of being captured. But it's a chance to connect with her roots. After all, what could go wrong?

Well, Amy's mother is a class chaperone, and for her the trip stirs up memories.

Memories of working in the top-secret government program to develop clones.

Memories of a loved one's battle against a rare genetic disorder.

Memories of betrayal, and a decision that would forever change her life.

And now the trip back to where it all began pits mother and daughter against an enemy both old and new.

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Marilyn Kaye is an associate professor at St. John's University, New York City.

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