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Paperback Anna to the Infinite Power Book

ISBN: 0590324330

ISBN13: 9780590324335

Anna to the Infinite Power

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A 12-year-old math whiz accidentally learns the startling facts about her true identity and her role in an important secret experiment. This description may be from another edition of this product.

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6 ratings

This book was my favorite when I was a teenager. Now, 25 years later I read it again, and I love it

The sci fi thriller will have you intrigued. I could not put the book down! Very entertaining. I watched the movie as well which made everything seem even more real

awesome story just like i remembered.....

I remembered about this movie from when I was little, and I didn't even know it was based on a book....Loved reading the book, totally made me think of how much i enjoyed the movie... great seller and product represenation.....thanks! :)

cloning in the 80's

I first read this book in middle school when it was nominated for the Young Hoosier award. It was an interesting look at the possibile repercussions of cloning, the secrecy and treatment of experiments and what defines failure in the cloning process.

Complex study of someone finding her true self

11 year-old Anna Hart, human calculator, seems to have some problems dealing with people; she also has a few problems like kleptomania, and being amoral. One day Anna does not consult her INFAT (a computer that tells her whether it is safe to go to locations) and sees her doppelgänger at a clothing store and she decides to investigate; this will lead her to a secret about herself and a person once known as Anna Zimmerman. We notice through the story that her brother Rowan goes from hating Anna to helping and maybe even liking her. This could lead to lifesaving situation for the whole family. An exotic looking and mysterious substitute music history teacher from school, Michaela Dupont is not helping; if anything she seems to be aggravating the situation (or is she supposed to be guiding the child to some end.) Anna at first suspects Michaela of being evil. There is a lot of danger and mystery to the story. Stranger still is that Anna seems to becoming more human. You will find your self kibitzing during potential escape scenes. In the end you decide who the good guys are and who the bad are. A movie based on this novel is "Anna to the Infinite Power" by Mildred Ames. The Novel and movie are closely aligned. Dina Merrill as Sarah Hart Martha Byrne as Anna Hart Mark Patton as Rowan Hart Jack Gilford as Dr. Henry Jelliff If you find this story intriguing then you may want to read the Replica book series by Marilyn Kaye, starting with "Amy Number Seven." Anna to the Infinite Power

This book is awesome

I read this book for the first time about 17 years ago. It actually began my love of reading. It is an incredible novel about the future & the dangers of cloning. Anna is such a real & believeable character. Her brother knows there is something different about her & does not like her. Once he begins to see her clones in public places, he rallies to her side & tries to help her discover why it is that she is so different. Great story & definitely recommended.

I loved This Book

I am fifteen now and read this book when I was about 11 or 12. I thought the book was great and still own it. The plot was very interseting and I would recomend it to any young readers, especially those who like science fiction.
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