Fractured

Fractured

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By (author) Teri Terry

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  • Publisher: ORCHARD BOOKS
  • Format: Paperback | 432 pages
  • Dimensions: 128mm x 196mm x 38mm | 340g
  • Publication date: 2 May 2013
  • Publication City/Country: London
  • ISBN 10: 1408319489
  • ISBN 13: 9781408319482
  • Sales rank: 11,853

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Kyla's memory has been erased, her personality wiped blank, her memories lost for ever. Or so she thought. Kyla shouldn't be able to remember anything. But she can - and she's beginning to realise that there are a lot of dark secrets locked away in her memories. When a mysterious man from her past comes back into her life, she thinks she's on her way to finding the truth. But the more she learns about her history, the more confusing her future becomes...Set in a disturbing future world, FRACTURED is an engrossing, fast-paced read that establishes Teri Terry as a master thriller writer. Book 2 in the acclaimed SLATED trilogy.

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Teri Terry has lived in France, Canada, Australia and England, acquiring four degrees, a selection of passports and an unusual name along the way. Moving constantly has kept Teri on the outside looking in much of her life. It has given her an obsession with characters who don't belong or find themselves in unfamiliar places, like Kyla in Slated. Teri recently left her job with Bucks Libraries to write full time, and is also completing a research MA on the depiction of terrorism in YA dystopian fiction.

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Intelligent, carefully thought through, tense and moreish. Bookbag A gripping thriller, dealing in conspiracy, deceit. Eastlife A very good book and very moving... I literally didn't put it down for three days. Eleanor Lecomber (Scottish Daily Record)