Derivative as it may be, 100 girls is still a fun excursion into a paranoid fantasy and like the best paranoid fantasies of its ilk, the pacing is well crafted, and there is a palpable sense of conflict and conspiracy. This book is like one sweet sci-fi comic confection: mix in some X-Files and add a dash of Dark Angel, let it sit and serve between the covers of a pair of vibrant purple colored covers. It goes down easy and leaves you wanting bigger helpings. Read Full Review
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