Overall: 88/100 or B
Kate Larson has wanted to get into Yale for years. She has been overworked, under-rested, and just stressed. One night, Kate thinks that she must be seeing double, when she comes face to face with Rina, her computer generated twin. Kate has no clue how she got here or how to put her back where she belongs. Either way, Kate doesn't have time to deal with this. Could this be her worst nightmare or a blessing?
This book is really bringing up all the future stress that I am sure is to come in my senior year. So, I think that makes it relatable to all teens. I liked both of the main characters. Kate was down to earth and a normal stressed out teen, that wants both a social life and do well in school. Rina is that girl that doesn't have to choose a social life or doing well academically. She reminds me of the mean girl in high school. Paul and Jake were both interesting boys. The plot was well done. It was a quick, funny, and great read. It was an original idea. Cherry Cheva is an amazing writer and I am going to have to check out, She's So Money. If you are looking for a cute and fun read, DupliKate is the book for you.