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Clone Two (The Clone Chronicles Book 2) [Kindle Edition]

Patti Larsen , Annetta Ribken

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“I've never agreed with Chime's need to pander to the Crawlers.” Ande leans past me to look out the window. I follow his gaze, the glow from the two bulbs casting some light over the dark and lonely station outside. “It's time we were independent. The Crawlers are spooky and untrustworthy, say one thing, mean another.” He turns his head, face very close to mine. “They steal kids sometimes, never own up to their promises.” Ande takes a step back, smile returning. “We can just hope there aren't any Crawlers out there.” He waves beyond him, up the tracks.

Before I get a chance to agree, Chime reappears, slamming her way through the sliding door.

“Last stop,” she growls at me. “Everybody off.”

Trio and her friends have escaped the remains of Los Angeles and the horrible Crawlers intent on her capture, finally on their way to New York. But the train they ride offers more threats than comfort, both from the uncertain track stretching out before them to the infighting and open dislike from train boss Chime and her crew. Trio has no choice, her heart and soul pushing her across the country, toward a task she can’t remember and a damaged clone who will call her sister.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 463 KB
  • Print Length: 174 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Patti Larsen Books (2 Oct. 2012)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B009L6QGFW
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  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #244,654 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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About me, huh? Well, my official bio reads like this: Patti Larsen is an award-winning middle grade and young adult author with a passion for the paranormal. But that sounds so freaking formal, doesn't it? I'm a storyteller who hears teenager's voices so loud I have to write them down. I love the idea of sports even though sports hate me. I've dabbled in everything from improv theater to film making and writing TV shows, singing in an all girl band to running my own hair salon.

But always, always, writing books calls me home.

I've had my sights set on world literary domination for a while now. Which means getting my books out there, to you, my darling readers. It's the coolest thing ever, this job of mine, being able to tell stories I love, only to see them all shiny and happy in your hands... thank you for reading.

As for the rest of it, I'm short (permanent), slightly round (changeable) and blonde (for ever and ever). I love to talk one on one about the deepest topics and can't seem to stop seeing the big picture. I happily live on Prince Edward Island, Canada, home to Anne of Green Gables and the most beautiful red beaches in the world, with my very patient husband and five massive cats.

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Love this series 10 April 2013
By JacquieMT - Published on
Format:Kindle Edition
I won a copy from the author and will be writing an honest review. This story continues from Clone 3 and keeps you just as much on the edge of your seat as the last one did. Trio still can't remember anything and the Crawlers are still in hot pursuit of her and her friends. She's on the train with the unfriendly Chime who refuses to be civilized by any means to Trio or those she has brought along with her. She feels the pull to not only make it to New York but to find one of her sisters as well. But with Crawlers, the Sick, and Brights around, it isn't going to be an easy trip to make for her.
I love this story and can't wait to start the next book in the series.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A brilliant, kick-butt post-apocalyptic adventure series that is a definite must read 6 Nov. 2012
By Voracious Reviews - Published on
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A brilliant follow up to Clone Three!

It follows Trio, a clone, starting right after the events of book 1. She finds herself on a rigged up steam engine heading across a post-apocalyptic United States. Trio is the main character, and still can't remember what her mission is besides finding her clone sisters. Bits of her memory return, flashes of the past that make no sense to her and leave her on the edge. One of the leaders on the train, Chime, hates her and the crew sees her as a freak due to her strange abilities. Will she ever find her sister clones? Or will she never remember the real reason she is there? With her are her loyal friends Beckett, Poppy, the Dog, and their puppies. But their friendships will be tested, and the road to find what Trio is looking for is full of twists, deception, heartache and death.

I loved this installment even more than the book one! It provided more insight into Trio than the last. Her relationships with her friends deepen, as well as her doubts. The world building continues with vivid descriptions and colorful characters. It had more of an adventurous spirit to it. The group's travels were far from boring. The people they meet and the places they see are amazing. I was in awe of the world Ms. Larsen has introduced to the reader. Completely full of despair, destruction and surprisingly, life.
We even get to finally meet another clone, Trio's sister Duet, also known as Clone two. Her character may not be all there, but she is every bit as strong and devoted as Trio, even though she's been altered. I loved their interactions, making me wonder what the next piece of the puzzle holds.

A kick butt post-apocalyptic adventure series that is a definite must read. I can't wait to read the last installment Clone One!
4.0 out of 5 stars full of action and the introduction of Duet was brilliant 7 Jun. 2014
By Pavarti - Published on
Format:Kindle Edition
See my review of Book 1 under that title.

I purchased the Omnibus of the Clone Chronicles and didn't stop between CLone 2 and Clone 1 so this review might be a little convoluted and spoilery. But the reason is because I could not stop reading! I loved Trio so much and all the secondary characters. Clone 2 was full of action and the introduction of Duet was brilliant. She's the perfect addition to the group dynamic, she highlights both the danger and purity of spirit that exists in the clones. I think Clone 2 was actually my favorite because we start to get some hints and larger revelations. The Teks were a super cool premise, however I was frustrated because I still don't understand what purpose their adaptation/mutation serves in the ultimate plot line. Especially because it's not utilized by the crawlers.

Clone 1 was unfortunately kind of a let down. The action maintained and I loved the character resolutions as they were satisfying, emotional and authentic. But the science just wasn't there. For instance <spoiler>why did Solo's crawlers have flaws? What did Brock have all the feral and bright qualities but none of Trio's group did after transformation. Trio said she made them "perfect" but how? Especially since that's what Brock said Solo did for him, so shouldn't they have been the same? What was the adaptation given to Trio's group, or was there none and they were just bigger and better? And why couldn't Solo do what Trio did? What was the imperfection she was incapable of fixing? And why could Trio do it. I was really confused. Plus the idea that someone can just metaphysically reach into another person's DNA and rewrite it didn't resonate with me and there wasn't any science to back up what she did or how she did it.</spoiler>

On the plus side though, the deaths/rebirths and role of DOG were fabulous and I really enjoyed the series as a casual reader, but thinking about it too hard makes my head hurt with questions.
5.0 out of 5 stars Page Turner! 28 May 2014
By Laura - Published on
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No one includes a better mix of action, adventure, romance, and humor in one story than Patti Larsen and this installment of the Clone Chronicles is no different. I love Larsen's writing and characters and how easy it is to become immersed in the world(s) of her imagination. I not only recommend this book and series but anything written by her.
5.0 out of 5 stars Wonderful continuation 25 April 2014
By angel168819 - Published on
Format:Kindle Edition
This is the second in a trio of books. The books actually count down, so the first book is Clone Three. In this book Clone Three or Trio as her friends call her continues on her journey cross country to try to figure out why she is here. Along the way they meet many more strange people and learn a few things. She still doesn't know exactly what is going on, but is learning more everyday. This book has just enough twists and turns keep it interesting without overwhelming the reader. Again it is another cliffhanger, but all will be revealed in the last book, Clone One, hopefully. Loved it and can't wait for the final book.
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