“Two sides of the same woman. One is easily recognizable, nothing in her life changes - well except for the lovely man who is supposed to protect her. The other driven to desperate acts when she escapes to the streets of London in winter - and there's that guy who keeps hunting her down.
“Beth is cloned in a lab but a mistake happens and things get messed up. Interesting book.”Maeflower wrote this review Tuesday, July 30, 2013. ( reply | permalink ) Was this review helpful? Yes | No
“4.5 stars. A very heart-racing read at times. This story takes a close look at the truth about environment and how it can affect so many aspects of a persons life, creating conscious and even subconscious choices on a day to day and hour to hour basis. Beth, our protagonist is lovely. Strong and yet still able to be soft when the scenario requires it. Ms. Revellian's writing style kept me engrossed right up until the fantastic end. I highly recommend this read. ”Timmain wrote this review Wednesday, July 24, 2013. ( reply | permalink ) Was this review helpful? Yes | No
“I downloaded this book free for Kindle, and It was actually a pretty good read! I read it "cover to cover" in about 3 hours, so it was a quick read, but it kept me interested through its entirety. The ONLY part I was disappointed with was the last few chapters - There were MAJOR plot points that should have been described in detail but were just brushed over. Can't complain, as it was free. I'd give it 3.5 stars, but the price pushes it to 4. ”sistergray wrote this review Sunday, July 14, 2013. ( reply | permalink ) Was this review helpful? Yes | No
“What would you do if you suddenly found yourself alone, shoe-less, penniless, homeless and pursued by a government agency intent on your death? That's what 'Beth 2' suddenly faces on a dark winter's night. The story which unfolds tells how she is driven to crime and begging to survive as a 'non-person' in London.
Beth 2 is the story of a normal person who has through no fault of her own been duplicated - she is the 'replica' whose existence can't be revealed and who knows that if she's caught - she's dead.
A novel I couldn't put down until I'd read every word and the ending? Not exactly a happy one - or is it? It's difficult to tell.”
“I thoroughly enjoyed Replica! The characters are very very real and I lived every moment alongside them. Every predicament seems drawn from the writers personal experience; when Beth was freezing cold, I had to put a jumper on and remind myself that I was warm and cosy. The story is fast paced and beautifully put together. I loved the central characters and hated the villains - I genuinely could not put this book down. Oh, and it was flawlessly written too. I can't recommend it highly enough - buy it, you'll love it!”Ellen Ghyll wrote this review Monday, March 12, 2012. ( reply | permalink ) Was this review helpful? Yes | No
“She is unaware but a replica of herself complete with her memories has been made, the replica overhears them saying they have to get rid of her, she takes off and is on the run. The original is dating a guy who is really tracking the replica.”Kathi wrote this review Monday, March 5, 2012. ( reply | permalink ) Was this review helpful? Yes | No