Twinmaker by Sean WilliamsTwinmaker by Sean Williams


bySean Williams

Hardcover | November 5, 2013

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M. T. Anderson meets Cory Doctorow in this teen debut from #1 New York Times bestseller Sean Williams, who also coauthors the Troubletwisters series with Garth Nix.

When a coded note promises improvement—the chance to change your body any way you want, making it stronger, taller, more beautiful—Clair thinks it's too good to be true, but her best friend, Libby, falls into a deadly trap.

With the help of the school freak and a mysterious stranger, Clair races against the clock and around the world to save Libby, even as every step draws her deeper into a deadly world of cover-ups and conspiracies.

Action and danger fuel this near-future tale of technology, identity, and the lengths one girl will go to save her best friend.

Sean Williams is a #1New York Timesbestselling author of several novels for adults as well as the coauthor of the middle grade series Troubletwisters with Garth Nix. As a resident of South Australia—which he reports is a lovely place a long way away from the rest of the world—Sean has often dreamed of stepping into a booth and being so...
Title:TwinmakerFormat:HardcoverDimensions:496 pages, 8.25 × 5.5 × 1.49 inPublished:November 5, 2013Publisher:HarperCollinsLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0062203215

ISBN - 13:9780062203212


Rated 2 out of 5 by from Looking for more An eARC was provided by the publisher for review. The world is set into the future and what a future it is. People travel on d-mats, eliminating the entire transportation industry. And with high-tech technology there comes a price. Clair stumbles upon the WHOLE who are known to her as terrorists. Once her best friend Libby gets sucked into their Improvement program, that's when she realizes her world is a sham and the people who claim to protect her, are the very people who also want to kill her. I find the story line to jump all over the place with many words and not a lot of definitions. Call me confused but I just had to assume some of these words meant something in its context. Is that a good thing or a bad thing that I'm using my own imagination? I'm hoping to figure out more about this world. Although, I won't be grasping for the next release either. I also didn't care so much for Clair or Zep. I couldn't connect with them at all. And boy did I try. There was just something about them that I didn't particularly like. Maybe it was the fact that she didn't really care about her friendship with Libby and that was her best friend. You don't just drop friends like that! It bugged me soooo much. Overall, I find that the book had a great story, but I just didn't love the characters and that to me is also why I didn't enjoy Twinmaker as much as I hoped.
Date published: 2013-11-14

Editorial Reviews

“Twinmaker is a gripping scifi story of friendship, identity + accidentally destroying the universe.”