Twelve: After Midnight

Rated 3.33/5 based on 5 reviews
Twelve: After Midnight explores a reality set in a modern time in a not-so-distant future. In a world where nothing is certain and people change, will Twelve be able to hold on to her conditioning and remain in service to those who created her? More
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About Alisia Compton

Born and raised in Western New York, Alisia Compton divides her time between writing and her family. Her writing mainly consists of fantasy, supernatural and science fiction, but she has her moments when she delves into romance. Alisia loves hearing from fans, so don't hesitate to drop her a line at

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Review by: Frenchy31 on July 02, 2012 :
I was really enjoying the book and then it lost its way slightly. Still an easy read.
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Review by: Helen Baggott on May 02, 2012 :
All good books begin their lives with a seed of inspiration, that idea. Writers are only limited by their imaginations and that’s never truer than with science fiction. Thinking out of the box is a given.

Alisia Compton is a young talent from America, her work may need a good edit and a thorough polish, but she will never be limited by lack of imagination.

This novel rests on a very contemporary issue – that society demands perfection and some will go to any length to steal it.

Add cloning to the mix and you get a tale that twists and turns - you’re never sure who the bad guy really is. Do we push the boundaries of medicine towards that horizon, or accept life, with all its imperfections, as we’re dealt it?

Despite the rough edges this book did what all books should do – got me hooked until the final page.

Alisia has written several novels. A generation ago we would never have read them. Twelve: After Midnight is a work in progress – the progress of a developing author.
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Review by: Harper Lee on April 25, 2012 :
Excellent beginning and then what seemed like a rushed ending.
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Review by: amy hall on Feb. 26, 2012 : (no rating)
great story,i also am hoping for a sequel...
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Review by: Natasha Inconnue on Feb. 25, 2012 : (no rating)
An interesting story told from the perspective of a young female clone. I'd like to know more about the world in which Twelve lives. Here's hoping for a sequel!
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