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The first book in the bestselling and multi award-winning SLATED trilogy.
Kyla's memory has been erased,
her personality wiped blank,
her memories lost for ever.
She's been Slated.
The government claims she was a terrorist, and that they are giving her a second chance - as long as she plays by their rules. But echoes of the past whisper in Kyla's mind. Someone is lying to her, and nothing is as it seems. Who can she trust in her search for the truth?
Book 1 in the acclaimed SLATED trilogy.
What would you do if your entire memory had been erased?
A gripping dystopian debut. - Bookseller
"Everything I have been looking for in a book: suspense, mind-bending mystery, romance and just the right amount of science fiction." - lyndsaycummingsblog.blogspot.com
Sophisticated, intelligent, thought-provoking. Watch out Suzanne Collins and Sophie McKenzie, there's a new writer in town." - talltalesandshortstories.blogspot.com
"An original and haunting psychological thriller. I was gripped from the first page and can't wait to read more." - Julie Bertagna, author of the Exodus trilogy
"Gripping, chilling and all too real. An unputdownable thriller."- L.A. Weatherly, author of Angel
"A beautiful, intriguing puzzle revealed piece by dark and sinister piece." - Sara Grant, author of Dark Parties
A thrilling futuristic drama... compelling and well written. - Bucks Herald
There is an Orwellian harshness about this dystopia that makes for disturbing and provocative reading. **** - Books For Keeps
A tense psychological thriller that makes the hairs on the back of your neck stand on end. - Daily Record
A terrific read which doesn't give up its secrets lightly. From the first pages it grips. Highly recommended. - School Librarian
Terry writes with a gripping and exciting fresh voice which makes compulsive reading. - Carousel
Teri Terry lives in Buckinghamshire. She currently divides her time between writing, working in a library, and doing a research MA on the depiction of terrorism in Young Adult literature since 9-11.