Control, by Lydia Kang
Usually I don't like books that revolve around genetic tampering, but I liked this one because the heroine is interesting and the story was atypical. I also dislike dystopian novels, but this one grew on me because the setting and the story were different.
The United States has fractured into combinations of states, like Nebraska-Kansas, or Iowa-Missour. The heroine and her sister were raised by their doctor father and the family moves every 10 months or so. Not just to a new house but to a different state/country.
After an unfortunate accident the two girls learn who and what they really are, meet people who care about them and people who just want to use them, and learn who their father really was.
This book is a keeper.