Book Review: In Search of Andy (Replica #12)
Hope you’re having a great week so far. Grad school is starting to come to a close for the semester, but there are two really big projects that I’ve got to get a move on with, so I’m hoping my leisurely reading won’t suffer too much.
Since my Halloween reading phase is over I’m getting back to the series I was reading prior, which is why today I’m reviewing In Search of Andy (Replica #12) by Marilyn Kaye.
It feels like forever since I’ve read one of these, but I remember lots of good stuff, so I was super excited to hop back in. Let’s see how things went!
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Amy is off to Paris–the City of Light! She can’t wait to go to the top of the Eiffel Tower, to walk along the River Seine, and to see the glass pyramids outside the Louvre museum. But there’s one sight she wasn’t counting on. Andy!
Amy fell for Andy last summer and was shocked to learn that he, too, was a clone. When Andy disappeared, Amy didn’t know what to believe about him. Now she spots him at a café. Or thinks she does. . . . Is Andy really in Paris? Is it the same Andy? Is it one of his supposed clones? One thing’s for If Andy’s around, danger isn’t far behind. Amy couldn’t trust Andy a year ago, but all she knows now is that she has to find him no matter what!
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From front to back, this book was amazing!
When Amy’s mom has to attend a conference in Paris, France, she just has to find a way to come along to find her other clone that evaded her in the past. And when she does, she feels like she’s found a long lost sister. But her world is shaken when she sees Andy. What is he doing there, and why does it feel like there’s much more to this than she thinks?
This novel felt like a young adult scifi thriller movie, and I mean that in the best way. Mystery, action, suspense, it had it all and then some. Each chapter was super easy to read and the pace moved perfectly, making it hard for me to put this down. I also love French culture since taking language classes in high school, so the change of scenery was welcome.
Amy got a lot more than she bargained for in this trip abroad, and I can’t help feeling really bad for her. Each time she means to do well, things go south. Hopefully soon she will find some long-term allies that can help her fight the evils in this world.
While I can’t spoil things for all you readers, I will say that Amy’s world is definitely expanding a bit more from what happened, and I can’t wait to see what adventures lie ahead of her. This is such an addictive series!
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!