Today, I'm reviewing Mirror Image by KG Stutts
Madison Mackenzie Rhodes, Maddie for short, would call her life "comfortable." She works in a call center, lives with her best friend of fifteen years, and spends most of her free time with her family. Her entire world is turned upside down when she finds out that she is a clone, created to hide the secret that we are not alone in this galaxy.
Her counterpart, going by the nickname Mack, works for the Intergalactic Security Commission, which works with a coalition of other planets that protect each other and create technology. When an enemy rises from within the ISC that targets both Maddie and Mack, they must work together to save their lives as well as the planet.
KG Stutt’s Mirror Image is intriguing, well written, action packed, heartfelt and unpredictable. (Sorry about the plethora of adjectives, I rarely get a chance to use them anymore.)
It all begins with the happy clone Maddie at a birthday party. Her family doesn’t know she’s a clone or that their real daughter, Mack, is a scientist, warrior, and spacewoman, protecting earth from danger. They don’t even know that the Earth is constantly at danger.
But then Mack doesn’t know the truth about some critical items either. Hasn’t for years.
This book is chock full of surprises. Never a slow moment from start to finish and layers of surprises even if you THINK you’ve figured out what is happening. KG has gone beyond the obvious and creates a story entirely believable but unexpected all the same. Can’t wait to read the next book.
I give this book 5 stars!