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What's Left of Me: The Hybrid Chronicles, Book 1

By Michael Berry, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 13+

Intriguing tale of two-souled girl bogs down in repetition.

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WHAT'S LEFT OF ME has an intriguing premise, but it bogs down in a series of repetitive scenes and conflicts. Although much attention is paid to the moral implications of "killing" one soul at the expense of another, the neurological and philosophical aspects of this alternate reality are virtually ignored. Presenting characters with two distinct personalities each would be a challenge for any writer, and author Kat Zhang doesn't make this literary conceit work completely.

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