Do you know who you are? Andy's life is a puzzle-even to him. He knows he's a clone, but other facts remain sketchy. Now he's on a quest to uncover the truth about the ties his father has to the organization-facts that jolt Andy back to past events and that ultimately determine his future. Is Andy's mother really dead? Was he ever really kidnapped? Who is really out to get him? The deeper Andy probes for answers, the more he and Amy learn shocking truths about Project Crescent . . . and about their beginnings.
Twelve-year-old Amy Candler is perfect in every way. She has superhuman powers: Amy can perform like an Olympic gymnast, she knows the answer to every question in her classes, and she can see and hear things from a distance out of range for a normal person. But the one thing Amy cannot do is remember anything about her past. All she knows is that she keeps having a recurring nightmare that seems almost too real. She has a birthmark she is certain wasn't there yesterday, a strange man is taking pictures of her, and she keeps getting anonymous warnings to keep her talents to herself. Amy is in a race against time to piece together her identity before it is too late!
The chilling FINALE of the Replica series! Something is happening to Amy. It begins with the fading of the crescent moon mark on her shoulder. And as reports trickle in from sister clones who are encountering their share of sudden physical problems, Amy realizes that none of this bodes well. How can the Amys be developing genetic abnormalities? How can they be losing their extraordinary powers? How can the deterioration be stopped? Amy is stumped by the questions racing through her head. For so long, she has wanted to be normal but that was before she risked losing everything that makes her special. . .
The mountains look peaceful. The kids and the leaders seem friendly. The only challenge supposedly comes from within yourself. Wilderness Adventure - it'll change your life forever. . .. Amy arrives at Wilderness Adventure all pumped up for a week of extreme sports. Her superior strength gives her an edge over the others. But she's ready to rock-climb, mountain-bike, and hang-glide without apologies. Only Eric and Tasha know why things are so easy for her. And Amy is glad they've come along - especially Eric, since she's crazy about him. But the rugged bonding experience doesn't go exactly as she's planned. Amy falls for a mysterious guy. Freak accidents abound. Secrets rule. Soon "extreme" doesn't begin to describe the mad scramble for survival. Amy's life will change, all right - change forever!
Perfect Amy Candler tries hard to blend in with everyone else, but then she comes face to face with someone who looks just like her--someone who is another Amy. The two girls look identical, and Amy expects them to have identical personalities. But she's in for a big surprise. The other Amy is determined to stand out from the crowd. She's determined to grab the spotlight, even if it means squashing the competition. She's determined not to have a look-alike, and she wants Amy out of the way. She's...well...evil! Amy must stop her, if she can.
The girls from Camp Sunnyside agree to try to make the Baldavian gymnasts feel welcome, until they learn that the foreigners have weird ideas about the States.
Amy is going back to the place where she was born--Washington, D.C. It's a class trip to take in the historic sights of the nation's capital. Sure Amy's uneasy about traveling to the home turf of the people who funded Project Crescent--the reason she's alive--and is in constant fear of being captured. But it's a chance to connect with her roots. After all, what could go wrong? Well, Amy's mother is a class chaperon, and for her the trip stirs up memories. Memories of working in the top-secret government program to develop clones. Memories of a loved one battling a rare genetic disorder. Memories of betrayal, and a decision that would forever change her life. And now the trip back to where it all began pits mother and daughter against an enemy both old and new.
After lots of attention from the media -- and from other students -- everyone pretty much ignores Adrian, the 8-year-old genius in the ninth grade. He whines, he's snotty, and he's got a lousy attitude. When he runs away, Amy wonders what's up. Is Adrian too smart to be real? Is he a victim -- or the one pulling the strings? The more Amy digs for answers, the more she unearths a web of deceit and corruption.
It is summer and the girls in bunk 6 at Camp Sunnyside hear that their counselor broke up with her boyfriend. Both of them seem to miss each other so the girls try to get them together again.
When Heather steals Cat's boyfriend, Cat decides to get even by buying the expensive dress Heather had wanted, but then Cat must find a job in order to pay for it.
The girls in Cabin 6 end up on the same team in the annual color war. This year, some of them are assigned to a different team, splitting the cabin into. The girls become aggressive, and the strain to win threatens their friendship. The girls have to decide what's more important: the war or their friendship.
Sixteen-year-old Jessica discovers that her mother, a charismatic presidential candidate, sold Jessica's soul to the devil in exchange for political power.
A sudden storm at an end-of-summer, back-to-school party sends Amy scrambling for cover-but a bolt of lightning hits her as she runs. Next thing she knows, she wakes up in a hospital emergency room. Everything's fine. Or is it? Suddenly Amy can hear more than she'd like to. She can see things that disturb her. In fact, all her senses are on edge. At first Amy thinks it's way cool to have extrasensory abilities--until they become more like a curse than a gift. Now she just wants to shut them down for good!
The gripping conclusion of a Replica miniseries!Being perfect isn't a big deal to Amy-until word gets out that she's a clone. Now everyone shuns her, and she's getting mad. She starts to believe that the organization has the right idea: The world would be a better place if only Project Crescent clones existed. With a little help, Amy gets what she wishes for. She enters a world where everyone is just like her. But even perfection has its flaws. . . .
Despite superior genes that are supposed to guarantee her perfect health, Amy experiences pain, dizziness, and loss of physical control. Why are her amazing skills disappearing just when she needs them most? And what if she is forced to survive as an ordinary teenager?
Goth girl Jenna Kelley has the ultimate tool to stage a teenage rebellion: she can read peoples' minds without even trying.
Queen of Mean Amanda Beeson is shocked to find herself in the body of one of her victims, Tracey Devon, who has the ability to become invisible. It soon becomes clear to Amanda that at School, the definition of "gifted" has a whole other meaning.
Queen of Mean Amanda Beeson is shocked to find herself in the body of one of her victims, Tracey Devon, who has the ability to become invisible. It soon becomes clear to Amanda that at Meadowbrook Middle School, the definition of "gifted" has a whole other meaning.
It's a day like no other! Amy's birthday is coming up. She's turning 13. Now she'll be an official teenager -- and she wants to celebrate with a real blow-out. But on the big day, Amy wakes up and is definitely not ready to party. Her appearance is somewhat unexpected. Her growing pains have taken on . . . well, unusual proportions. Her family and friends don't know what to do. Amy may be an extraordinary girl, but can she ever be just a normal teenager?
Amy's secret is out! Her worst enemy, Jeanine, knows that Amy is a clone. Now Amy fears the worst. She's sure Jeanine will blab the truth to everyone--maybe even try to sell Amy's story to some sleazy tabloid. But Jeanine never gets a chance to make good on any of her threats. An accident leaves her in a coma. Rumors of foul play spread like wildfire. The number one suspect . . . Amy. Sure, Amy wanted to stop Jeanine's big mouth, but maybe she wasn't the only one. . . .
Amy is off to Paris--the City of Light! She can't wait to go to the top of the Eiffel Tower, to walk along the River Seine, and to see the glass pyramids outside the Louvre museum. But there's one sight she wasn't counting on. Andy! Amy fell for Andy last summer and was shocked to learn that he, too, was a clone. When Andy disappeared, Amy didn't know what to believe about him. Now she spots him at a café. Or thinks she does. . . . Is Andy really in Paris? Is it the same Andy? Is it one of his supposed clones? One thing's for sure: If Andy's around, danger isn't far behind. Amy couldn't trust Andy a year ago, but all she knows now is that she has to find him no matter what!
Chris Skinner, Amy's new boyfriend, comes from a broken home. He hasn't seen his father in, like, forever. And when his dad finally appears, it isn't to make up for Chris's miserable childhood. Mr. Skinner is ill -- so ill that he needs a bone marrow transplant. Chris could be the perfect match. Nothing strange in that, except . . . What if ailing grown-ups could tap into a guaranteed reserve of healthy body parts? What if innocent kids were being harmed? What if you were bred to become an unwilling donor? Amy knows she's blessed with superhuman genes, but no way, no how is she going to let herself, or any other kid, fall prey to freakish science-fiction experiments!
Erin thinks her interests are different from her cabin-mates, but when she takes part in prohibited activities of the older girls in cabin nine, she finds out who are her real friends.
Amy thinks being perfect can be a real drag. Everyone expects her to behave responsibly and to use her extraordinary talents for good. But when she meets one of her clones--an unexpected Amy, Number Thirteen, who goes by the name Aly--she gets a taste of normal teen life and wants more. Aly is a reject from Project Crescent. She runs with a wild crowd whose motto is Good Times Now! She convinces Amy to hang loose and have fun. Drawn by Aly's free spirit, Amy rejects her genetic roots. But Aly's carefree ways come at a high cost. . . .
Something weird is happening to talented students at Parkside Middle School. It's as if someone -- or something -- is stealing what makes each of them special. And it starts with the jocks. The star quarterback "loses his arm." The top sprinter becomes slow as molasses. The basketball team's high scorer can't shoot into the hoop. Amy watches all this in bewilderment. Then, as others at school suffer a loss of their talents, Amy decides it's time for action. But she doesn't have a clue what she's up against. . . .