This Chick Read: MILA 2.0 by Debra Driza

I started reading this book expecting a normal young adult, teen romance novel.  I was in for a surprise when a third of the way through, I found myself reading a science fiction novel.  Yes, it is directed towards teens, as Mila is a teenager in high school, but as I found out she is NOT a normal teenager.  This teenager doesn’t bleed red, she bleeds a milky white fluid and finds that her insides are bionic. Bionic is my term, but  I am of the generation that watched Jamie Summers the bionic woman save lives on her tv show, so when I read the description of her injury, what was found under her skin, and how her mother “fixed” her injury, that was the visual I jumped to in my head- bionic.  Those of you under forty aren’t going to understand what I’m talking about unless you love retro TV,  so to be a little more clear, Mila discovers that she is not a real girl. Continue reading “This Chick Read: MILA 2.0 by Debra Driza”