Slated by Teri Terry Book Summary

Title: Slated
Author: Teri Terry
Publisher: Nancy Paulsen Books
Pages: 352
ISBN: 978-0399161728

Slated Book Summary

Kyla has been Slated—her memory and personality erased as punishment for committing a crime she can’t remember. The government has taught her how to walk and talk again, given her a new identity and a new family, and told her to be grateful for this second chance that she doesn’t deserve. It’s also her last chance—because they’ll be watching to make sure she plays by their rules.

As Kyla adjusts to her new life, she’s plagued by fear. Who is she, really? And if only criminals are slated, why are so many innocent people disappearing? Kyla is torn between the need to know more and her instinct for self-preservation. She knows a dangerous game is being played with her life, and she can’t let anyone see her make the wrong move . . . but who can she trust when everyone is a stranger?

Debut author Teri Terry has written a brilliantly compelling, original and thought-provoking novel about an uncomfortably plausible future.

So, what do you think about some of the new releases of books that come out this week (in the YA field)? Are there any that you know you are most likely to pick up?

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2 Comments

  1. Heather says

    I honestly can’t think of enough words to praise or describe how much I loved this book. After reading Slated (Book 1) I had high expectations. My Mum read it before me and told me how good it was, making my expectations even higher – which I didn’t think could be possible. Fractured doesn’t disappoint at all!

  2. Betty says

    Not this one. Too dramatic. Don’t you find?

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