Wednesday, May 8, 2013

Cloneward Bound by M.E. Castle: Book Review

When Fisher Bas cloned himself, he never dreamed his double, Two, would escape to Hollywood to find the actress he believes to be his mother. Fisher must figure out how to find Two before their genetic secret is exposed. A class to see a taping of Strange Science with Dr. Devilish gives Fisher and his pig, F.P., the opportunity to head to Los Angeles in his search for Two.

After Fisher discovers his classmate, Amanda Cantreel suspects his secret, he teams up with her to elude government agents as well as school chaperones. The comedic situations the two find themselves in will have the reader in stitches, unable to stop reading until the fate of Two lies squarely in site. High tech gadgets paired with non-stop action appeal to the adventure lover. Author M.E. Castle succeeds in making a sequel even better than the first and leaves the door open for yet another fun adventure.
Highly Recommended for ages 8 and up.

Publishing Information:

Publisher: EgmontUSA (February 12, 2013)
Pages: 272 hardcover
ISBN-13: 978-1606842331

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 FTC Disclosure: I received the book at no charge from the publisher to facilitate my review. No monetary compensation was received and I am in no way obligated to give a positive review.

1 comments:

Dorothy Teel said...

I believe that my grandchildren will enjoy reading this book as it kinda builds on what happens when telling lies, I think it sounds great.

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