Sunday, 29 November 2015

Hollowgirl (Twinmaker #3) by Sean Williams

Sponsored post: I received a digital copy of this book for free on a read-to-review basis. Thanks to HarperCollins and Edelweiss.
Hollowgirl (Twinmaker, #3)
Blurb (from Goodreads):
The mind-bending conclusion to the Twinmaker trilogy.

Clair’s world has been destroyed – again. The only remaining hope of survival is for her and Q to enter the Yard, a simulation as detailed – and as real – as the home they have lost. But in the Yard there are two Clair Hills. The other Clair is headstrong, impulsive, suspicious – just like Clair herself used to be, and their very existence is causing cracks.

As Clair searches for a solution, a surprising new ally emerges from the ashes. Together they fight their way through the digital and political minefield in the hope of saving Jesse, her friends and the whole of humanity.

‘Williams marries accessibly explored moral ramifications of future technologies with a strong, capable teen heroine and heart-pounding action.’ Kirkus Reviews.

Hollowgirl by Sean Williams

My rating: 3 of 5 stars

Hollowgirl (Twinmaker, #3) “You’re still the girl who killed d-mat. We’re not giving up on you just yet.”

This was probably my least favourite book of this series, as I got quite confused as to what was going on.

Claire went above and beyond the call of duty in this book, not only did she have to contend with duplicates of herself, but she even went to extreme lengths to change her own appearance to pretend to be someone else.

The storyline in this was about Claire and the crew trying to undo the problems caused by the whole d-mat machines in book 2, and trying to get back to the real world. This did prove quite difficult though, and I got a bit confused as to what was actually going on, as I just couldn’t quite follow exactly what was happening.

The ending to this was okay, and things seemed to end fairly happily, but I am still a bit confused as to what exactly happened in this book.

6 out of 10

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