What was your favorite scene in the book?

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What was your favorite scene in the book?

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There were a lot of impressive and memorable scenes in this book. Which part was your favorite?

I found humor in every scene where Jennifer was trying to hide her superior intellect from everyone but kept slipping up and revealed more than she should. They would all just look at her dumbfounded and in awe.
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Amagine wrote:
I found humor in every scene where Jennifer was trying to hide her superior intellect from everyone but kept slipping up and revealed more than she should. They would all just look at her dumbfounded and in awe.
I found humor in that as well. I loved it when she did the IQ test in French and floored the examiner.
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CatInTheHat wrote:
Amagine wrote:
I found humor in every scene where Jennifer was trying to hide her superior intellect from everyone but kept slipping up and revealed more than she should. They would all just look at her dumbfounded and in awe.
I found humor in that as well. I loved it when she did the IQ test in French and floored the examiner.
The IQ test was a good one. I also enjoyed the fishing expeditions with Alice.

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I also agree the IQ test was hilarious. I liked the part where a dolphin saved Jennifer's life.

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Jennifer's attempt to hide her superior wit did it for me. It was hilarious too.

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I loved the moments where she encountered that her likeness was known in the 21st century and the strange coincidence between the two Jennifers lives and how they intersected.

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Ferdinand_otieno wrote:I loved the moments where she encountered that her likeness was known in the 21st century and the strange coincidence between the two Jennifers lives and how they intersected.
Those were some of my favourite scenes too.
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I would say that the book was doing well until Jennifer was rescued. From that point, the story became one unbelievable scene after another. All the problems were solved too easily. She was a superhero with no known weakness. Too unrealistic for me.

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Cotwani wrote:I also agree the IQ test was hilarious. I liked the part where a dolphin saved Jennifer's life.
Dolphin part was nice ?
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Miriam Molina wrote:I would say that the book was doing well until Jennifer was rescued. From that point, the story became one unbelievable scene after another. All the problems were solved too easily. She was a superhero with no known weakness. Too unrealistic for me.
I agree, and it’s hard to imagine nobody being curious about how easily the problems were being solved. I would think someone would at least get curious enough to see what could be uncovered about Jennifer’s forgotten past.

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Miriam Molina wrote:I would say that the book was doing well until Jennifer was rescued. From that point, the story became one unbelievable scene after another. All the problems were solved too easily. She was a superhero with no known weakness. Too unrealistic for me.
Blood donation part also seems super heroic..
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My favorite scene in the book was when she met Jules and Eva. She had finally found a home away from home and someone that would try to help her whether she could remember who she was or not.
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Amie Gene wrote:My favorite scene in the book was when she met Jules and Eva. She had finally found a home away from home and someone that would try to help her whether she could remember who she was or not.
That was a refreshing scene. They were very accepting.

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Quinto wrote:Jennifer's attempt to hide her superior wit did it for me. It was hilarious too.
A little bit of humour is always refreshing :)
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I found humor in every scene where Jennifer was trying to hide her superior intellect from everyone but kept slipping up and revealed more than she should. They would all just look at her dumbfounded and in awe.

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