Brave New Girl

Brave New Girl Review

We have brown hair. Brown eyes. Fair skin. We are healthy and strong and smart. But only one of us has ever had a secret.

Dahlia 16 sees her face in every crowd. She’s nothing special—just one of five thousand girls created from a single genome to work for the greater good of the city.

Meeting Trigger 17 changes everything. He thinks she’s interesting. Beautiful. Unique. Which means he must be flawed. When Dahlia can’t stop thinking about him—when she can't resist looking for him, even though that means breaking the rules—she realizes she’s flawed, too. But if she’s flawed, then so are all her identicals. And any genome found to be flawed will be recalled.

Destroyed.

Getting caught with Trigger would seal not only Dahlia’s fate, but that of all five thousand girls who share her face. But what if Trigger is right? What if Dahlia is different?

Suddenly the girl who always follows the rules is breaking them, one by one by one…

Title:Brave New Girl
Edition Language:English

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  • This is my first sci-fi (I'm calling it sci-fi lite, as opposed to hard sci-fi), and I LOVE the beautiful cover Delacorte Press gave BRAVE NEW GIRL! I've posted the prologue on my Facebook page (in th...

  • I can't find anything of interest in this story. It reminds me very much of the movie "The Island" which I enjoyed more because it had hidden the element of (view spoiler)[ "clones" (hide spoiler)] so...

  • I LOVE books and movies about clones in dystopic futures. So, when Rachel Vincent, one of my absolute favorite writters, announced this one months ago I was flabergasted. Time went slowly to the relea...

  • I am a fan of Rachel Vincent, so reading Brave New Girl was a no-brainer for me. Thank goodness for that, because this book was a blast. An emotionally charged blast, but a blast!Dahlia 16 is not uniq...

  • 3.5/5 starsBrave New Girl is the first book in a new YA dystopian series. The author calls it science fiction lite.The narrator is 16 year old Dahlia, also known as Dahlia 16.Dahlia is one of 5000 gir...

  • In defense of Brave New Girl, I just want to make this clear - I'm not putting this on this shelf because I DNFed it or because the author behaved badly. Neither happened. (As far as I know, regarding...

  • I don't know how I managed to bang out the second half of the book this morning, but damn that was pretty intriguing. The first half of the book was a lot of setup and dancing around breaking the rule...

  • 3 1/2 stars. Wow, Rachel Vincent can write one heck of a page turner.Before I get into my review, I feel like I should put a disclaimer out there - yes, this is one of those YA books. One of those che...

  • It's true that Rachel Vincent's BRAVE NEW GIRL covers familiar [dystopian] ground-- but the writing is tight, the plot tensely drawn, the stakes run deep and believable and HIGH, and the romance is ex...

  • NO. WHAT KIND OF CLIFFHANGER...Ugh. It was good, but felt sort of like a prequel for future books. But ugh the cliffhanger I CAN'T WAIT THAT LONG...