While recuperating in Spiker Biotech’s lush facilities, she meets Solo Plissken, a very attractive, if off-putting boy her age who spent his life at Spiker Biotech. Like Evening, he’s never questioned anything... until now. Solo drops hints to Evening that something isn’t right, and Emma-Rose may be behind it. Evening puts this out of her mind and begins her summer internship project: To simulate the creation of the perfect boy. With the help of Solo, Evening uncovers secrets so big they could change the world completely.
- Most of the book is pretty flat and a bit cliche. I wasn't too impressed.
- The whole Terra/Terror thing is SO true!! My little sister had a friend named Tara, and I called her Terror all the time. Because she was a complete Terror!
- The viewpoint of the book changes between Evening, Solo, and Adam comes in later. I really didn't think it needed to change point of views. Some of the Solo stuff was important I suppose.
- Solo's name might be awesome cause it reminds me of Han Solo, but he is kind of a loser. He likes to get hit in the head, and he was vein enough to think that a girl was checking him out after she was in an accident and got her leg ripped off. He is also a bit dirty in the head.
- What may be a perfect man to Eve, is NOT going to be the perfect man to everyone and their dog!
- I really didn't like Aislin. I don't think she was a very good friend, and she is WAY messed up. Eve kept having to help Aislin with everything, and I didn't really see what Aislin brought to their friendship.
- A lot of the characters in this book didn't have a lot of dimensions to them. They were pretty flat.
- The plot was a bit predictable. There wasn't a ton going on.
- I don't think I'll finish the series. There wasn't really a cliffhanger, and I not intrigued enough to continue.