In this sequel to the popular teen novel, The Adoration of Jenna Fox, Jenna’s friends Locke and Kara have been reborn after centuries in digital archives. Everything they knew is gone, and everyone they loved is dead. Except Jenna. Now Locke and Kara must escape the scientist who brought them back to life and find Jenna. But so much has changed in the world and even within themselves. Do they dare to hope that Jenna will have remained the same?
Told from Locke’s point of view, this riveting tale delves further into the question of what it means to be human, but it also addresses what one owes one’s friends. Locke and Kara each struggle with guilt, fear, and anger over their original accident, the intervening centuries trapped in a digital nightmare, and what has been done to them now. While Kara seems driven by anger, Locke finds loyalties divided between his best friends, Jenna and Kara.
Reviewed by Melendra