Jane is a leftover clone. Created for an unknown purpose, then abandoned at a rundown facility outside Grid City, she has a knack for trouble and a burning desire to find out why she was made.
When a powerful tycoon hires her to replace his son Isaac’s best friend, a girl from the same clone batch as her, Jane jumps at the chance to finally get some answers. All she has to do is convince the charming Isaac that his friend is still alive, without getting too close to him. Stepping into someone else’s life isn’t easy, though, even when you have the same genes.
As Jane struggles to survive at Isaac’s elite private school, she discovers the other clone’s death was no accident—and she might be next. She must solve her batchmate’s murder and unravel the mystery of their origins before the killer comes for her too.
The first novel in an exciting new dystopian science fiction series for fans of Uglies, Divergent, and Orphan Black launches on October 15th!
Advance Reviews for Replacement
“This book was so much more than I thought it would be and exactly what I wanted/needed. It’s a science fiction murder mystery with clones. Perfection.” -Jamie Cummings, NetGalley Review
“This story drew me in from the start and didn’t let go until the very end. The story is fast paced and mysterious. I can’t wait for the next book and will be excited to see how Jane and Isaac grow as characters. Highly recommended.” -Natalie Power, NetGalley Review
“A real page turner.” –Jane Morley, NetGalley Review
“This book has it all: a mystery, a look into the future with clones and an awesome setting in a private school. Just loved it! An awesome surprising plot with many twists and turns. Great cast of characters. Read it in one sitting.” -Barbara Evans, NetGalley Review
“I look forward to more in this series as I really enjoyed this book.” –Kathryn McLeer, NetGalley Review
“Replacement had almost everything I’d want in a YA dystopian novel – the characters are interesting and well-developed (I particularly liked Isaac and Dean), and the mystery kept me guessing. I found Replacement to be a fun, 5-star read.” -Mackenzie Busalacchi, NetGalley Review