Mary E. Pearson's, The Adoration of Jenna Fox is one that even when you finish you linger LONG after trying to think it all through. It was a great read - but the ramifications that the novel presents are long-lingering. (Which I am sure is what the author was hoping for!!) 17 year old Jenna Fox is in a car accident and basically has not much body left - no organs are functioning, etc. in fact, she only has 10% of her REAL self left - but her father is a scientist that has helped develop a bio-gel that can be injected and the body can basically rebuild - ok, I don't understand how it all worked - but it was believable!! I can see this being such an issue in the future - how much of a person can physically be left - medicine can re-create them - and they are still who they were........make sense?? Scary, but WOW, so much to think about. So the whole book is her re-discovering who she really is - her past, etc. And then trying to come to grips with the fact that she is only 10% of who she was and so who does that make her???? Great read - thought-provoking, and, I believe, one that would be great for a discussion.