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BOOK THREE of the Clone Chronicles:SistersMy vision wavers, tears flowing, choking me. I have to lean forward, forehead pressed to the round of the wheel as I sob silently into the warm cab of the SUV. I clutch the leather-bound steering wheel as though it can save me, keep me safe, but nothing helps, nothing.But the sobbing. When I'm done at last, as my body heaves out thBOOK THREE of the Clone Chronicles:SistersMy vision wavers, tears flowing, choking me. I have to lean forward, forehead pressed to the round of the wheel as I sob silently into the warm cab of the SUV. I clutch the leather-bound steering wheel as though it can save me, keep me safe, but nothing helps, nothing.But the sobbing. When I'm done at last, as my body heaves out the final bitterness of my longing, I look up, wiping my face on my sleeve to see Duet staring at me through the windshield.She's smiling like she has no idea what I'm going through. And while I know she doesn't, that my half-cyborg sister, saved by the teks in body but not in mind, can't comprehend at the best of times and lacks anything resembling empathy, I still feel a surge of anger at her for being so damned cheerful.New York looms, the task finally at hand. Betrayal after betrayal, loss after loss have taken their toll on Trio, but she’s made it at last. And yet, nothing could prepare her and her sister Duet for what and who comes next—for the darkest deception of all. The sister clones must accept the ultimate sacrifice, risking everything and everyone they love for a dying humanity before the very person they’ve sought can remake the world in her image....

Title : Clone One
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ISBN : 16075251
Format Type : Kindle Edition
Number of Pages : 170 Pages
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Clone One Reviews

  • Jacquie Talento
    2018-08-04 07:04

    I won a copy from the author and will be writing an honest review. Trio has found her sister, Duet and as happy as the reunion is suppose to be, something isn’t right. She has found her sister damaged in some ways and because of the power her sister holds, she’s going to have to make the trip without her friends. But who does she trust? What new obstacles will she face when she heads for answers? This story was fantastic!!! It held me till the very end and caught me completely off guard but was stunning none the less. Ms. Larsen did a fantastic job writing this story and never faultered on impressing me with this one. Thank you Ms. Larsen for such a great read.

  • Alexia Purdy
    2018-07-24 06:18

    [spoiler]A seriously amazing finale to a great YA sci-fi/post-apocalyptic/dystopian series! I have grown attached to Trio and Duet, clone sisters meant to save the shattered world somehow. A world that has been ravaged with disease and the subsequent mutations of those who have survived. This follows the sisters right after the events of book 2 as they finally arrive at their destination with their group of loyal and not so loyal ‘friends’-New York City. But what they find there is not what they thought they would discover. Their sister, Clone One-also known as Solo, is not the person they thought they were looking for. Hell bent on manipulating the world, Solo will stop at nothing to complete her plans to change the destiny of humans forever. Trio and Duet face the ultimate sacrifice for the ones they love when the choice to keep them all alive or save the world becomes apparent. A near impossible choice.Wow, I was thoroughly surprised by the twist of events. Nothing like what I expected. I was actually left stunned at the end, still wanting more of these epic characters and story. I didn’t want it to end. Especially didn’t expect that ending! Definitely a gut wrenching read! The post-apocalyptic world is stunning in the descriptions and floats off the page easily with fluid storytelling. I enjoyed this series, it was fast paced (which I love!), highly imaginative, had a sci-fi fantasy flavors (hard to find YA), and was horrific enough to make me cringe at times.Fantastic series that must be read back to back, leaving you breathless! It’s that good!

  • Kelsey S. Hock
    2018-08-16 09:49

    Okay guys, I did end up loving this series. Although Patti Larsen has written several books I felt that this series still read like an amateur, but regardless I found myself greatly enjoying it by the end of this book. There is little characterization throughout the previous books (except for the blatant ones you can see in my review of Clone Two) but by the time Clone One rolled to the end I felt that I knew more intricate things about the characters which made them more dear to me.Something that both bothered and intrigued me was (view spoiler)[how Larsen made it that Trio, Duet, and Solo's souls were all a fraction of 'mother's'. This bothered me as identical twins, which can be most likened to twins, very obviously have different souls. But as theological musings are what's mostly blocking human cloning, this was an interesting thought as then you wouldn't technically be 'creating' another soul.(hide spoiler)]Perhaps others won't find the twist in this book so amazing, but with the first book being free I went in with pretty low expectations and was delightfully surprised!And despite my review of Clone Two I might just end up rereading this series one day.

  • Melissa Ogletree
    2018-07-29 07:05

    I received this book for an honest review.Trio (clone 3) and Duet (clone 2) have finally made it to NYC with the help of their friends they've overcome many obstacles along the way. Will they finally find Clone 1? Will she have the answers to their questions so they can complete their task? Or is there more going on then they know and will they have to face their biggest test yet...The final book in the series and it does not disappoint. The hardest review to write as I don't want to give any spoilers, this book was the most action packed and also the most heart wrenching. To finally get the answers to all the questions was both cathartic and devastating. Filled with twists I didn't see coming my one complaint is that this is the end. I wanted more and if by chance there is ever another book for these characters I would download it in half a heartbeat! This is not a standalone book and the series must be read in order, it is available as a complete set but fair warning you won't be able to put it down and may find yourself reading all three books in a day like I did!

  • Jonel Boyko
    2018-08-09 03:15

    What a fantastically perfect ending to Larsen’s Clone trilogy. I couldn’t put it down from the first page to the very last. Her world is phenomenally well developed, creating a seamless experience for readers. Everything was so vivid and larger than life. The implications behind the technology that Larsen presents was chilling. It was so real and would completely revolutionize the world. The entire premise behind the series was phenomenal. I love how it slowly unfolded throughout the story.The cast of characters is so well developed by this point in time in the series that I felt as if I really and truly knew them. The way that they all tied together in the past, present, and future, all of which melded together here, was phenomenal. This was a quick, fast paced read that took me on a wild journey. This story took a great series to a whole new level. Please note that I received a complimentary copy of this work in exchange for an honest review.

  • Rebecca
    2018-07-27 02:52

    Clone One is the last in the 'Clone' Series. Personally I was a bit disappointed in this last book. Let me clarify. I love the writing and the story as a whole. But I want another book that finishes some of the pieces that I thought were missing. I won't give spoilers, but was enough done at the end to stop things? How did Trio and Duet's friends end up where they were at the end? How did Clone One, Uno, end up the way she was? Why did she wait so long to try to contact Trio and Duet? I really wanted to learn a bit more about the why of the clones. How did they grow up, why exactly were they made? That was gotten into a bit, but it wasn't really fleshed out. All in all I enjoyed the series and will always love Ms. Larsen's writing regardless if I Loooved the book or just liked it.

  • Sheila Moore
    2018-08-03 07:14

    I received an Arc for an honest review. This is a fantastic series and the conclusion of the series was well written and did not disappoint.Trio finally met Clone One -her sister Solo. I have to say my favorite sister was Duet- the most innocent and selfless! The characters were well developed and I loved the dog as the eventual messenger to save the world!! I was lucky that I could read all three together and I would recommend that all three are read one after the other. Job well done yet again, Patti!!!

  • Leslie Seinfeld
    2018-08-19 02:52

    So very sad that this is the last book about Trio and her need to find Clones 1 & 2. Her journey comes to an end and we discover the truth about how she lost her memory and why she needed to find Clones 1 and 2. I was very upset that this series was over as I had come to love Trio and the friends she made along her journey.Believe me when I tell you that this series does not disappoint. A must for any lover of Syfy...

  • Mary Ann
    2018-07-28 03:03

    There is more than one surprise in the conclusion of this series. I really appreciated the inclusion of Dog from the get go. The characters are quite real and by the time I finished the series some were old friends and some still remained enemies!

  • Julie Affleck
    2018-08-16 03:07

    What a way to shock a good year off my life! This book did not go the way I thought it would. Holy crap. Amazing writing! The best ever! I loved it!

  • Valerie
    2018-07-23 02:10

    Great (and unexpected) conclusion to the Clone Chronicles trilogy.

  • Linda
    2018-08-01 04:54

    4.5 StarsI'm not sure why others did not take to this series, but all in all, my overall rating is 4.5 stars. It would be a 5, but for how it ended. I'll miss Trio. If she was successful in making sure that her mission succeeded, we'll never see her again.In this final book, we will learn what Trio's mission is and like the other two books, not without a lot of loss. At the end of book 2, Trio and Duet are on their own. All of her friends are concerned that Duet is a loose cannon, which leads Trio to break away from them and head off alone with her sister. She needs her, and the lack of trust on her friends' part tears her apart. Not sure if she did the right thing, she none the less feels compelled to move forward with going to New York. Still unsure as to what she'll find or what she'll need to do once there, that pull is strong, but not without hazards along the way. This one is truly sad. First, after losing her friends, she and Duet come across a band of children, all around Poppy's age. Unable to walk away, they'll fight to help the kids only to lose a lot of them. The amount of violence and death in a world gone mad is heart-rending. And all because of someone who isn't altogether there. Second, when she does learn more about her history and what she has forgotten, she'll lose Beckett, in more ways than one. And third, she'll eventually lose everyone else she cares for. I'll admit, the twists, although not always surprising, were interesting. Poppy and Beckett's connections to her past for one. I saw one, but definitely not the other. The traitor in their midst, and the constant betrayals. The sacrifices. Again, she just couldn't catch a break, and just when she does think she is making headway, the hits just keep coming. I do have to say that I couldn't put this down, but it was also depressing as hell. I rooted, and rooted, and rooted for Trio and gang to beat the odds, but damn, the ending was not what I was expecting or wanting. Guess I was hoping for an alternate universe to what actually happened. We get a somewhat happy ending, but not for the group I'd come to like and care for. If you're like me, then this may leave you wanting more. However, I would still recommend the series if you're a fan of sci-fi/dystopian books.

  • Pavarti Tyler
    2018-08-15 06:52

    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 (view 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. (hide 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.

  • Tim Lumsden
    2018-07-23 04:06

    5 STARS!!!!! Just WOWWWWW!!!!! AMAZING ending, just EPIC!!!!!Great, great series!!!! Spectacular ending!!! (Although maybe a little bit over the top ;) ) I really love the cast of characters, especially Duet! But all of them, Trio, Solo, Beckett, Vander, Anderson, Poppy, and, of course, the DOG!, are great!!! Duet has a huge, daunting task and mission; to save the world!!! Finding herself in a post-apocalyptic, terribly disturbing and broken world, she must seek out, together with Duet and her companions, her sister; One (Solo), her mom and not only complete her mission, but figure out exactly what it is. With only bits and pieces of her memory and clues (mostly cryptic, holographic, messages from her mother), figure out what, or who she is, her relationship and cause of the chaotic and dangerous world she finds herself in , and restore the world to its proper state. Just epic and mind blowing!! Must read for sci-fi lovers!!! HAPPY READING!!!!!Tim

  • Lady
    2018-08-06 07:05

    To Clone Or Not To CloneThis series must be read in order. The first book is Clone Three. The second book is Clone Two. This is the third and final book in this series.Almost out of time Trio and Duet rush to the Statue Of Liberty to fulfil their purpose without having an inkling of what that is. Stung by betrayals and unclear who, if anyone, to trust they rely mainly on each other. Will the nature and specifics of their mission be reveled at the statue? Will they ever find Clone One? Will they even make it to what used to be New York?***This series is suitable for mature young adult through adult readers who like a little horror in their postapocalyptic scifi action adventures :)

  • Nereid
    2018-07-26 06:10

    A good conclusion to a great series and I would definitely recommend it. The author has a way of immersing you into her world and you are taken on a magical ride where you can visualize the characters and are literally cheering them on to succeed. Patti is a wonderful storyteller and this series is a credit to her. I am sad it has ended but overall I am happy with the outcome although there were some casualties of the war that were unexpected and it was an adventure I would happily re-read again in the future.

  • Natasha
    2018-07-19 06:53

    ''I was given a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review." Trio finally arrived at New york to fulfill her destiny. The author made me HATE seriously HATE clone one Lol. Anyway, i like the whole series and it was fun to read and get amazed by the twists on the story, i may not full understand the end but hey I STILL WANNA READ MORE.

  • Ruthie
    2018-08-15 10:09

    A bit late - but here's the review on this book, and wrapping up my thoughts on the trilogy as a whole :) http://ageekyreader.tumblr.com/post/1...

  • Robbert
    2018-08-12 06:17

    Ilike the story and read but the end is a little strange

  • Ann Emert
    2018-07-24 03:05

    Wish there had been more about all in the end. I did enjoy this series.