Thursday, June 23, 2016
Review: Mila 2.0 by Debra Driza
Summary from Goodreads:
Pitched as a "Bourne Identity"-type sci-fi thriller about a teenage girl who discovers that she is a Mobile Intel Life-like Android, an experiment in artificial intelligence created by the U.S. government, and her scientist mother, who kidnapped her when she was found to have human emotions.
I've been slowly reading this novel for the last month or so (and it has been on my kindle for years), it was not bad I just did not want to read it quickly and the pacing was not the best.
The plot was okay but it could have been quicker, it had a few plot elements and not very much information about the android aspect, and it was around 470 pages with very little plot development.
However, despite the lack of plot I still enjoyed and connected with the main character Mila and I'm interested in the reading the second novel.
I recommend checking out the series if you enjoy light science fiction.
Four Stars Out of Five