Kyla’s memory has been erased, her personality wiped blank, her memories lost forever. She’s been slated. The government claims that she was a terrorist and they are giving her a second chance—if she plays by their rules. But scenes from the past haunt her as she tries to adjust to a new life, family, and school, leaving her unsettled. Who is she really? And if only criminals are meant to be slated, why are so many other teens disappearing? As she and her friend Ben seek answers, Kyla is torn between the need to know more and her instinct for self-preservation.
Okay, I'm angry. Very angry. About the unnecessary slaughter of my favourite character of this series.
Deep breaths. I will survive this somehow.
So many emotions.
This book very much felt like a continuation of the first book, whereas the ending gave it a separate point and there was actually a little distinguishing it from the third book.
I read the three books without stopping in between and as such, all my thoughts on the trilogy are basically surmised in my review of the third book.