Written by Suzanne Weyn

After a bad accident Mira loses an arm, a leg, and part of her face. Given unusual prostheses that work with a chip in her brain, Mira learns to do many of things she use to love. Soon, however, she starts to hear whispers like, “unfair advantage,” “robot,” and “cyborg.” Can Mira learn to fit in? Will she be able to enjoy what she loves?

This is an engaging read that makes the reader think. The main character is easy to relate to and sympathize with. Her struggles are realistic and add a fun science fiction feel to the book. Fans of science fiction, coming of age stories, and books dealing with overcoming obstacles will enjoy reading this book.

Review by Jessica Moody, Library Media Educational Technology Specialist, Olympus Jr. High
Rating: ★★★★½ (4.5 stars)
Interest Level: Grades 8 to 12

Written by Suzanne Weyn
Scholastic Press
228 pages
Release Date: October 25, 2016
A review copy was provided by the publisher.

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