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Sue's Vision

by Andrew D. Carlson

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So to start this, I won this on goodreads from firstreads, and I didn't realize until after I started the book that it was number 2 in a series. I still read it anyways and there was enough detail about the first book in this one to give me an idea of what had transpired in the first. I rated this book 4 out of 5 stars because I simply really liked it:) I did get confused a bit between Susan and Sue which are two different characters in the book, one is the main character Sue and the other is Susan a friend of the clones. I was whisked through the plot easily and enjoyed each character in the book. The personality of Sue the main character was a strong willed, and motivated 29 year old who was one of eleven clones created by the foreign "goo". The book has also a message on environmental issues, such as, global warming, and pollution. There is a campaign launched by the clones to clean up the earth landing them in more trouble then they had expected due to the writing they used to send letters to a government official. I thought the book was an easy, fun read and would be appropriate age ten and up to read. I loved the love twist towards the end and was left with a feeling of happy after finishing the last paragraph. The chapters are short and the pages are thick which sped the reading process along great. Great Job Andrew on this book! ( )
  sunni_loves_to_read | Aug 22, 2012 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0615590497, Paperback)

Sue and the other clones have set­tled into their new lives after being released from the mil­i­tary base in Cal­i­for­nia. They make new friends in their new home cities, excel in their new jobs, and even start new families. Mean­while, Ted Stevens must still report back to the spe­cial DHS com­mit­tee and make sure the clones do not cause prob­lems in soci­ety. He trav­els around the coun­try vis­it­ing them to mon­i­tor how they adjust. And he con­tin­ues to enlist his sci­en­tist friends to try to pre­dict the behav­ior of the new people. When friends and fam­ily gather together for a reunion, the clones receive another mes­sage and decide to act upon it. Everyone helps to put their plans in action. Unfortunately, they attract the atten­tion of the FBI. Ted must again step in and resolve the sit­u­a­tion. He makes another bold deci­sion. He informs the clones that they, along with their friends, will be picked up and escorted back to Cal­i­for­nia. They’re shocked at what hap­pens when they get there. Sue's Vision is the sequel to Sue's Fingerprint.

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