Published no later than the mid-nineties, this science fiction story follows a man (possibly named Daniel or David?) who has his consciousness copied into a clone body modified to be of an alien species (or it could've been a real alien body with its mind wiped?).
Each part/chapter/book of the story follows a different clone/alien as they do whatever they were sent to do (I don't recall the reason for this; espionage, I imagine?).
One of the last clones/aliens is reptilian.
At the end (?) of the story, all the clones meet up with the original (assumed human?) character in what I vaguely remember as a shadowy meeting room with a round table and harsh lighting (that might be too much The X-Files filtering through though).
I originally read this book in grade 3 or 4 in my school's library, so it may have been aimed at young adults, but I recall the book(s) having a fairly mature/dark feel (it was the nineties, after all. Everything had to be edgy).