Day Seven Review: Fractured


Title: Fractured
Author: Teri Terry
Sequel to: Slated (find my review here)

What’s it about? Picking up right where ‘Slated’ left off, ‘Fractured’ follows Kyla as she searches for Ben whilst being caught between the Lorders and the fight for freedom, forced to make choices that could have devastating consequences.

And all the while dark secrets from before she was Slated threaten to rear their ugly heads – but Slateds’ shouldn’t remember their past…

Day Six Review: Katya’s World

Katya's World

Title: Katya’s World
Author: Jonathan L. Howard
Series: The Russalka Chronicles

Who’s it for? Teens

What’s it about? Katya Kuriakova – resident of the colony world Russalka, a colony housed beneath the ocean and struggling to recoup following the war with Earth – is about to start her first day as navigator aboard her Uncle’s ship. But when a Federal Maritime Officer commandeers the ship to transport a prisoner, Katya ends up encountering pirates, war criminals and discovers an abomination hiding in Russalka’s crushing depths that could kill them all…


Day Four Review: Ketchup Clouds

Ketchup Clouds

Title: Ketchup Clouds
Author: Annabel Pitcher

Who’s it for? Teens, perhaps a bit too old for the younger end of that category though

What’s it about? A girl who’s hiding a terrible secret, one she can confide with no one, save Stuart Harris – a man on Death Row. She calls herself Zoe, but that’s not her real name, and she says she lives on Fiction Road … and like him, she’s committed a terrible, terrible crime.

But unlike him, she got away with hers.


Day Two Review: Slated

Title: Slated
Author: Teri Terry
Who’s it for? Teens
What’s it about? A 16 year old girl called Kyla, who doesn’t remember a thing.  No this isn’t a book about amnesia, Kyla is one of the slated. A criminal who has had her mind erased in order to give her a fresh start in life. All the slated wear a Levo – a device that tracks the wearer’s emotional state – meaning any slated whose Levo reading drops too low can be knocked out or, in extreme cases, killed.
So far so unsettling.
But Kyla’s different. Kyla’s remembering, remembering things she shouldn’t. And that’s really where things start to go wrong…