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  • Interesting twists and turns

    Lifelik3 by Jay Kristoff is a complex and dynamic young adult sci-fi story. Mr. Kristoff throws us in the deep end in the beginning and expects us to swim. In a future world, post additional world wars and serious advances in robotics. People are fighting for survival in the aftermath of corporate wars and radiation exposure threatens many people. In the midst of a robotic gladiator fight Eve uses her mind to destroy tech and save her life. That abnormal ability will doom her to be hunted if the wrong people find out. When she and her friend Lemon discover the wreck of an advanced android robot, a Lifelike 100 life gets even more complicated. When the Lifelike, Ezekiel, wakes up and seemingly recognizes her but with a different name its the first step along a crazy path. Leaving her home in the wake of threats that are after her and have kidnapped her grandfather, Eve, Lemon and Ezekiel are in for a wild ride across their world. The more Eve learns about herself, hidden memories and Ezekiel, the more she learns how many secrets have been kept from her. The quest that they undertake becomes more complicated with every step they take and nothing is what Eve has been told, as even those closest to her are hiding things. "Stronger Together, Together Forever" the mantra that Eve an Lemon share becomes the thread that holds them together as well as the complexities of love and life. In Lifelik3, Jay Kristoff created something that I very much enjoyed and he didn't take the easy way out, he took the story where it needed to go. There are some definite familiar themes from things like Bladerunner that can be seen, but the story itself goes places that are both unexpected and real I very much enjoyed the vast complex settings and world as well as the detailed and fascinating characters. The story is filled with layers and details that will keep you glued to every page along the way. (I voluntarily reviewed an advance review copy of this book I received for free from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for my open and honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.)

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