The victim of a brutal attack, Fiona remembers little about her life until she meets someone who claims to be from her past. He tells her that her parents were killed for a human replication machine. He's shocked to discover she's still alive since her body was found in the wreckage of the fire.
She soon travels to her old home in New York to figure out what happened to her and her family. She needs to find out who she is, but more importantly, confront the men who killed her parents.
I sucked in from the beginning and literally couldn't put it down. I read it on my new tablet, and I seriously couldn't put it down. Every where I went, I took it with me on my tablet. I couldn't pry my fingers from it. I couldn't look away.
I HAD to read more.
Therefore, I thought I would share with you all about this lovely, capturing book. Let's break this down . . .
Characters: Loved all the characters. Fiona was a character I could really identify with. All of the other characters were good and intriguing. Finding about Fiona and her life was interesting to say the least.
Dialogue: Straight and to the point.
Plot: This is what literally swept me away and won me over.
Setting: I liked the small town setting at first, but then it kept moving to typical places. So it didn't do anything for me near the end.
Ending: I think the ending was perfectly appropriate for the story. It was slightly sad, but it fit the story line.
Overall: Would I recommend this book?
Absolutely! I loved it from the beginning to the ending. I would highly recommend this book! :)