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Publisher's Summary

Lia Kahn was perfect: rich, beautiful, popular...until the accident that nearly killed her. Now she has been downloaded into a new body that only looks human. Lia will never feel pain again, she will never age, and she can't ever truly die. But she is also rejected by her friends, betrayed by her boyfriend, and alienated from her old life.Forced to the fringes of society, Lia joins others like her. But they are looked at as freaks. They are hated...and feared. They are everything but human, and according to most people, this is the ultimate crime - for which they must pay the ultimate price.
©2008 Robin Wasserman; (P)2008 Brilliance Audio, Inc.
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"A spellbinding story about loss, rebirth, and finding out who we really are inside." (Scott Westerfeld, author of the Uglies series)
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4 out of 5 stars
By Sheri Nugent on 08-01-18

Interesting

Interesting concept.
Makes one wonder... what would you think, or how would you feel, if this happened to you???

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4 out of 5 stars
By Duncan M. on 07-16-18

Lots of "teen" elements, but an intriguing book

This books was interesting. A world in a hopeful post apocalyptic utopia where everyone (who can afford it) is born perfect through genetic modification, and can live forever through advanced robotics.
The protagonist spends the first third of the book lamenting on her loss of social status, something I could not identify at all with, but eventually goes on to meet some interesting people who want to show her the capabilities of her newfound form, and one character who treats her like a bit of a curiousity. I enjoyed the rest of the book. It told a tale of the problems with living among mortal life when one is immortal. If it were not told through the eyes of a spoiled rich kid, I'd probably have liked it more.

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