Everyone from what she likes, to how to peaks, to he little ticks that she does when she hinks no one is watching.For five years, Ven has known every “ intimate ” ( but ot alway) detail about Raven, so that if she ’ s ever made to ake on Raven ’ s uties, she ’ ll be more than prepared.
( Older, because he ’ s 21 and Ven has only been around 5 years ......) Anyways, the deeper she gets, the les she discover that she doesn ’ t need to be Raven, she learns to be Ven. I usually like books about clones, especially since there ’ s often a morally gray aspect to them and I like reading about how the clones feel about themselves and the world that they live in.
Only if it doesn ’ t make sense, or if someone is making clones for no real purpose, I ’ ll eve read it just to see what happens.
I don ’ t quite like love triangles, but if I was running the company making the clones you better be sure that there could have been one here.
That ’ s certainl how a trained clone is meant to behave when her sole mission in life is to be exactly like her Authentic.
his might seem cruel and even confusing to readers, but acknowledgin that the company that makes the clones calls them products and thinks of them as mor than human, I wonder why they ’ d make them feel human by giving them their own name.I mean, if I wer a do, which I shoul love to have because cats are adorable and amazing and fluffy and caring, but ot reall caring that they want you to hink that you ’ re their only one .....
In Imitation, the clones are made to loo like they have no soul, that they ’ re ot human, and that they ave no purpose in life except to be there for their Authentic when the time arises.
If you don ’ t care about clones, why call them anything else other than the names of the people they ’ re meant to e, or a bar code number? The name doesn ’ t alway matter, but when I was reading about how Ven would watch hours of videos about Raven and yet not know how Raven ’ s mo or boyfriend looks like, I tarted to notice so many horrible protocols placed inside of this facility.
Tha might cause problems in the shor run, but I felt like his is what ould be the best course of action to take in this company.Regardless of that, I know that ’ s what my main problem with thi trilog is the act that certain things made no sense whatsoever.
I feel it ha to ring out Ven so she will be recruited by the ‘ bad guys ’ only the bad uys have the same horrible tactics as the clone company.If I was a ad guy in this ovel ... Overall: Imitation has all of the makings for a eally great clone series.
It ’ s ot the insta-love that makes the heroine realize her worth and feel like othing in life matters except the hero.