Book Review: And the Two Shall Meet (Replica #6)


Hello hello bloglandia!

How are you doing on this fine summer day? I’ve got to admit I’ve been a bit of a hermit lately with grad school approaching. I’m just trying to max out on chill time before grad school begins in just a few days. Naturally that means more reading time!

Today I’m continuing my binge of the Replica series with And the Two Shall Meet (Replica #6) by Marilyn Kaye

This series has had its ups and downs, but so far the downs haven’t been that low and I loved the last book. Let’s see how this one did!


Series Review Links

Book Review: Amy, Number Seven (Replica #1)

Book Review: Pursuing Amy (Replica #2)

Book Review: Another Amy (Replica #3)

Book Review: Perfect Girls (Replica #4)

Book Review: Secret Clique (Replica #5)



The mountains look peaceful. The kids and the leaders seem friendly. The only challenge supposedly comes from within yourself. Wilderness Adventure – it’ll change your life forever. . . .

Amy arrives at Wilderness Adventure all pumped up for a week of extreme sports. Her superior strength gives her an edge over the others. But she’s ready to rock-climb, mountain-bike, and hang-glide without apologies. Only Eric and Tasha know why things are so easy for her. And Amy is glad they’ve come along – especially Eric, since she’s crazy about him.

But the rugged bonding experience doesn’t go exactly as she’s planned.

Amy falls for a mysterious guy. Freak accidents abound. Secrets rule.

Soon “extreme” doesn’t begin to describe the mad scramble for survival.

Amy’s life will change, all right – change forever!



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The Review

Wow, what a thrill ride! I really enjoyed this installment of the series.

In this novel Amy and Eric are excited to go on an outdoor camp experience called Wilderness Adventure. They even manage to convince a reluctant Tasha to go along with them. But the adventure soon turns into a nightmare when an expedition goes awry. As the campers struggle to cope with the events unfolding around them, Amy wrestles with a counselor’s strange behavior while fighting her sudden feelings for a mysterious camper named Andy.

It’s going to be hard not to give anything away on this one, so this review may come off as being a little cryptic.

There are some huge changes to Amy’s world in this book. I really enjoyed the expansion of things, and it made me even more invested in seeing where things are going to go. There are some really epic possibilities here, and Amy’s going to have to consider a lot more going forward.

Amy’s struggles this time felt new. She and Eric are having a bit of a rocky time, and the mysterious kid Andy doesn’t help the situation either. Once again, Amy perseveres through her empathy and analytical skills while continuing to learn to compromise since she isn’t on the same level as her peers.

Things started slow and peaceful in this book, but things reach a climax when the expedition goes south. I really enjoyed the subtlety of the threat lurking and all the great action afterwards. It really made things more interesting and held my attention. Some of the cues were still a little glaringly obvious, but I’m not too mad about it.

All in all, a great continuation of the series. Can’t wait to read more!


That’s A Wrap!

Well that’s it for this book review. I hope you enjoyed it!

Have you read this book? Are there other similar books you’ve read that you simply have to gush about? Feel free to leave a comment. I’d love to start a conversation!

Have a great day!


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