Summary: Pharaos‘ names were written in cartouches. So, this is the story of elitist girl [Hero] and the other privileged girls who like to build Egyptian tombs, or breed chimeras. They are microchipped by their parents to protect them from being kidnapped. Of course, the kids break surveillance.
Review: A confusing setting featuring juvenile escape from parental control and of identity. The story’s nonlinear structure didn’t help to sort things out easily. Also, the relationships remain obfuscated very long before the author gives away the key of doppelgangers. Add love triangles to it, and the mess is complete. In summary a story that you have to fight for understanding, maybe like a Gene Wolfe story. Which is always worth it. Question: When [someone] loves only his doppelganger, is this Narcissim?