ARC Review: "Road to Eugenica" by A.M. Rose

Road to Eugenica by A.M. Rose
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Summary from GoodReads

Two dimensions - And the girl who connects them.

Yesterday, Drea Smith couldn’t do anything spectacular—even walking and texting at the same time was a challenge. But today, she suddenly has more answers than Google, can speak and understand numerous languages, and she can fight. Like a boss.

Super freaky.

Drea has no idea where her encyclopedic knowledge has come from, but she’ll take it when she discovers someone out there knows her secret and wants her badly. And that they’ve been searching for her since she was born.

Since she was created.

With the help of her best friend Dylan, who just wants to keep her safe, and Maddox, a mysterious new boy who is prepared to get her answers, Drea will have to push her new skills to their limit as she uncovers nothing is quite what it seems.

As she uncovers…Eugenica.



I received an e-ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. 

A story of self-discovery, romance, and knowledge! This is one of the books that will probably go unnoticed unless more people know about it! Through Drea's POV we learn her inner thoughts, her lack of self-confidence and her everyday life, before and after the "incident".

Drea gains the ability to have ALL the knowledge in her mind, like an encyclopedia! This is an interesting factor for a YA and mostly I liked her relationship with her father and her friendship-turned love with Dylan.

I do have to mention that this book also has quite a surprising cliffhanger! I didn't expect my reading pile of January to have so many cliffhangers!

About the author:

A.M. Rose is the writer of young adult novels, drinker of too much coffee (with way too much coconut creamer), and lover of all carbohydrates. 
Currently, she lives in Houston, TX with her three boys (yes, her husband is in that count) and three cats. When she isn’t writing, she is an avid reader, critiquer, (is that even a word?) and trampoline enthusiast. 
She is a graduate from San Diego State University with a BA in Communication and a minor in underwater basket weaving. (Okay, maybe not the basket weaving part.)
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