This is an amazing book. Just amazing. It explores the ethics of future medicine, identity, and faith. This is a christian book, in my opinion. Lot's of christian values. It's beautifully written, keeping you reading. even though there is not any adventure, the mystery is gripping. This book is totally different from anything else I have read, It is thought provoking and leads you wondering what you would do in Jenna, or her parents place. How far would you go?
I rate id PG-13, but just barely. the only things I had a problem with was a bit of swearing, a scene were someone wear there pants very loosely, and a self defense scene in which someone gets racked, but other than that it's a very good book. Not much gore. some of the things that people do is questionable, but that goes along with the whole ethics and moral thing. no inappropriate elements besides, the scenes mentioned above, not even a lot of romance, except maybe two quick kisses, and one real kiss.
So I would suggest this to people who like mystery. A good age to read this, probably at least twelve, thirteen would be better. Not because of the swearing, but because it's, like Matched, rather mature, but not in the inappropriate sense. So thats my review, thanks for reading, Bye Bri π
Rated PG-13 for mild swearing and slight mature content.