From the author of Class Action, Second Class, and Middle Class comes a new science-fiction adventure about the not-so-distant future. As DNA-replication technology advances, parents discover a new way to help their struggling teenagers: buying them their very own clones to fill in when the going gets tough. These "copies" can sit in for college entrance examinations, substitute during gym class, and much more. Copies transports us to an orientation camp for new clones, where they begin to question their role in society. It's a brave new world, but is it really possible to create the perfect clone--one without thoughts or emotions of its own?