Dimensions: 480 pages, 8.5 × 6 × 1.5 in
Published: September 24, 2013
Publisher: Little, Brown Books for Young Readers
The following ISBNs are associated with this title:
ISBN - 10: 0316198005
ISBN - 13: 9780316198004
About the Book
The sequel to "Adaptation." When teens Reese and David are kidnapped after revealing that they were adapted with alien DNA, Reese is forced to reconcile her new love for David, a human, with feelings for Amber, an Imrian, and make a world-changing choice.
From the Publisher
The triangular spaceship hovered motionless in the sky above
Reese Holloway''s house, as inscrutable as a black hole. It had
seemed like a good idea when they were inside: to tell the truth
about what happened to them at Area 51. It didn''t seem like such a
good idea now.
Reese and David are not normal teens--not since they were adapted
with alien DNA by the Imria, an extraterrestrial race that has been
secretly visiting Earth for decades. Now everyone is trying to get
to them: the government, the Imria, and a mysterious corporation
that would do anything for the upper hand against the aliens.
Beyond the web of conspiracies, Reese can''t reconcile her love for
David with her feelings for her ex-girlfriend Amber, an Imrian. But
her choice between two worlds will play a critical role in
determining the future of humanity, the Imria''s place in it, and
the inheritance she and David will bring to the universe.
In this gripping sequel toAdaptation, Malinda Lo brings a
thoughtful exploration of adolescence, sexuality, and "the other"
to a science fiction thriller that is impossible to put down.
About the Author
Malinda Lo is the author of several young adult novels,
, a retelling of the Cinderella story with a
lesbian twist, which was a finalist for the William C. Morris YA
Debut Award, the Andre Norton Award for YA Fantasy and Science
Fiction, and the Lambda Literary Award. Before she became a
novelist, she was an economics major, an editorial assistant, a
graduate student, and an entertainment reporter. She lives in
Northern California with her partner and their dog. Malinda invites
you to visit her atwww.malindalo.com
"Adaptation...had plenty of fun to give. The sense of
play-of allusion, homage, and, forgive the pun, adaptation-with
source materials like the typical "YA love triangle" and the
conspiracy-SF narrative empire of The X-Files makes this
book read almost like a love letter to genre, while it is at the
same time clearly having a roaring good time fooling around with
the things it''s built on...the novel is a fast-moving escalation
up to a climactic point-where it stops, leaving the reader waiting
and eager for the next and final