In The Intelligent Design of Jenny Chow, by Rolin Jones, 22-year-old Jennifer Marcus has an IQ that is off the charts. But it is of little help in understanding her driven, trade show-organizing mother, Adele, or her father Marshall, a former fireman who was forced to retire due to stress. Nor does it help break the grip of an obsessive-compulsive disorder that has her trapped in her house. Fortunately, she has two avenues to the outside: her pizza-delivering friend Todd and the internet. Through them and "Jenny Chow," a fully functioning replica she builds of herself, she will make the breakthroughs and the contacts needed for her to fulfill her ultimate wish: to discover the identity of her biological Chinese mother.
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