Something is happening to Amy. It begins with the fading of the crescent moon mark on her shoulder. And as reports trickle in from sister clones who are encountering their share of sudden physical problems, Amy realizes that none of this bodes well. How can the Amys be developing genetic abnormalities? How can they be losing their extraordinary powers? How can the deterioration be stopped? Amy is stumped by the questions racing through her head. For so long, she has wanted to be “normal”–but that was before she risked losing everything that makes her special. . .
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About Marilyn Kaye
Marilyn Kaye is an associate professor in the Division of Library and Information Science at St. John’s University, New York City, and the author of many books for young people.
Published by Skylark Sep 25, 2013| 144 Pages| Middle Grade (8-12)| ISBN 9780804150064