by Lance Erlick
Voices in Annabelle Scott’s head aren’t God or signs she’s going mad—yet.
Despite being a military recruit, sixteen-year-old Annabelle Scott rebels against her female-dominated régime by not only refusing to kill Morgan, a handsome boy she’s attracted to, but also helping him escape. Auditory implants and contact cams allow her commander to watch her 24-7. Morgan hacks the implants to ask for help. Annabelle wants to help him yet needs to find the link between an attempted assassination of her adoptive mom, a corrupt police captain, and the geek institute that holds Morgan’s brother without destroying her family or getting killed.
“Great dystopian novel” (Brinius)
“inventive dystopian sci-fi drama” and “well-thought-out science-fiction world” (Kirkus Reviews)
“It is a lot like Hunger Games meets AeonFlux” (Dani Hoots)
“This book is a great standalone … plenty of plot twists to keep your attention” (Bri Masters)
“Solid action scenes and interesting characters” (Masha K)
“She fits right up there with Katniss and Tris” (Second Run Reviews)
“The internal turmoil in Annabelle is portrayed well – she is torn between doing what is right, and doing what she has been assigned to.” (RC Bean)