Parents' Guide to

MILA 2.0

By Mary Eisenhart, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 13+

Teen girl finds she's an android in tense sci-fi tale.

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Hefty at 400+ pages, MILA 2.0 is a well-paced, suspenseful, heartstring-pulling drama, putting appealing characters in terrifying peril. Like much science fiction, it raises lots of questions about big issues, such as the nature of humanity, through the story's events and conversations.

Mila and her mom, who are front and center for most of the book, are complex, flawed, and compelling. Some of the supporting characters are more shallow and cartoonish, although some who appear only briefly here seem likely to return and develop further in the rest of the planned trilogy.

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