Eve and Adam
Gattaca meets Dark Angel from international best-selling authors Katherine Applegate and Michael Grant, author of GONE, BZRK and Front Lines. A mystery-thriller that bursts out of the world of genetic science and into the lives of teens. The perfect read for teens who loved Scott Westerfeld's Uglies.
Love has never had much of a place in the life of Evening Spiker. But being the daughter of a billionaire genetic scientist has other perks. Like a private hospital where you can recover from near-fatal road accidents. And a hot surfer boy to push your wheelchair. While Eve is healing, her mother sets her an unexpected challenge: to use a cutting-edge virtual reality system to design the perfect boy; everything from the colour of his eyes to the level of his IQ. It’s the chance of a lifetime. The chance to play God . . . or is it more than just playing?
An exceptional page-turner from the creator of the GONE series. Escapism doesn’t get more thrilling than this book for teens.
Fans of Ally Condie's 'Matched' series will love this.
Praise for the GONE series by Michael Grant:
“Exciting, high-tension story told in a driving, torrential narrative . . . This is great fiction. I love these books” – Stephen King.
Michael Grant and Katherine Applegate have always lived life in the fast lane – they moved in together after knowing each other for less than 24 hours. They have co-authored more than 100 books, including the massive hit series Animorphs. Michael went on to write the New York Times and international bestselling series, GONE. Michael, Katherine and their two children live in the San Francisco Bay Area, not far from Silicon Valley. Michael can be contacted via Twitter @thefayz, Facebook (authormichaelgrant) and via email at Michael@themichaelgrant.com
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - Catherine_GV - LibraryThing
A fast-paced story filled with action and romance woven into it. I greatly enjoyed this read! It had been a long time since a novel had me diving so deep in it. I devoured ''Eve & Adam''. The only ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - LiindaSnow97 - LibraryThing
This book confused me so much in the beginning... Not at the story, but with the narrating voices. Solo comes like a jerk on that first chapter, then he's smart, then he's a little stupid, then smart ... Read full review