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Adaptation

af Malinda Lo

Serier: Adaptation (1)

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In the aftermath of a series of plane crashes caused by birds, seventeen-year-old Reese and her debate-team partner, David, receive medical treatment at a secret government facility and become tangled in a conspiracy that is, according to Reese's friend, Julian, connected with aliens and UFOs.
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LGBTQ teen fiction, with sci-fi/action elements. I liked this one better than Lo's LGBTQ Cinderella story, and thought the plot at least moved along quickly, similar to a typical alien-invasion/apocalypse movie, but found the ending to be disappointing (oh hey, you're free to go now!). The chemistry between Reese and Amber was believable, so that puts one more LGBTQ-friendly book on the teen shelf, though Lo's writing style could be smoother--her not-so-subtle subtexts fairly scream, "I have issues with men! You probably (but not necessarily) should too!" ( )
  reader1009 | Jul 3, 2021 |
There are many "aliens among us" stories out there. They've landed, they've been here for a long time, they're our secret allies or enemies. That's all been done. What's different about Malinda Lo's version is how she connects it so seamlessly to our modern information era. News spreads as fast as a tweet or a status update. Videos get uploaded and go viral in no time. Everyone carries a machine in their pocket that can do all of these things faster than ever before. So when disaster happens, it can't be hidden, and the conspiracy theorists run rampant and are, this time, believed. Before Reese and David know it they're caught far from home in the middle of what looks like society melting down because it no longer trusts its own government.

A month later they wake up, miraculously healed after a car accident. They're told they underwent experimental healing techniques provided by the government, and they're required to sign very scary non-disclosure agreements. But they're well, they're heading home, and society, though slightly changed, is on its way back to normal.

Then Reese falls down and cuts her hands. And they heal, almost instantly. Nothing is the way it used to be for Reese and David, and nothing ever will be again. ( )
  tldegray | Sep 21, 2018 |
Pretty good writing, decent story and an interesting enough plot, but I couldn't get into it somehow. Maybe it's because Reese, the main character, spends a lot of time reacting and not much time making things happen. She's not Miss Passive, but she does spend a remarkable amount of the book hiding in various bathrooms while feeling overwhelmed by events. ( )
  JanetNoRules | Sep 17, 2018 |
I love this series. It's so much more than I expected it to be - something I should know from the genius that is [a: Malinda Lo|2884780|Malinda Lo|https://images.gr-assets.com/authors/1241172048p2/2884780.jpg].

Can't say much more without spoilers, but for a complex dystopian SF YA duology, it's simply stunning. Reese goes to a debate competition with her friend (and crush) David, and then an accident happens on the way back - and she wakes up a month later in a military installation. She needs to figure out what happened to her, what's going to happen to her, and what she wants - and how all of the moving parts around her fit into that as well. David's going through something similar, and then there's Amber, an attractive new friend ...

Don't just read Adaptation! Read [b: Inheritance (Adaptation #2)|15986094|Inheritance (Adaptation #2)|Malinda Lo|https://images.gr-assets.com/books/1359494894s/15986094.jpg|21740887] as well, and if you can, the digital-only [b: Natural Selection (Adaptation #1.5)|17724867|Natural Selection (Adaptation, #1.5)|Malinda Lo|https://images.gr-assets.com/books/1367251672s/17724867.jpg|24792792].

(I'm rereading this now because of the Lesbian Book Group having picked it for a June read.) ( )
  SuziSteffen | Feb 20, 2018 |
I'm never terribly excited about Lo's work and this book is no exception. The writing is subpar and the character development is nearly nonexistent. The premise was interesting and the book started off well enough, but then it just crumbled under the weight of its own setup. I just found myself thinking "who cares?" throughout most of the books. The characters are so bland and the love triangle is incredibly grating. ( )
  majesdane | Aug 8, 2017 |
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In the aftermath of a series of plane crashes caused by birds, seventeen-year-old Reese and her debate-team partner, David, receive medical treatment at a secret government facility and become tangled in a conspiracy that is, according to Reese's friend, Julian, connected with aliens and UFOs.

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