Perfect for fans of the dystopian settings of The Hunger Games and Divergent, the gripping second installment of the Slated trilogy is a riveting psychological. Fractured by Teri Terry. Read an Buy the Ebook: . The Slated Trilogy by Teri Terry “Terry's debut is a suspenseful page-turner with a highly sympathetic and strong female Download our Spring Fiction Sampler Now. Close. Download Hi Res. Close. Fractured Visit other sites in the Penguin Random House Network . Best Seller. Shattered by Teri Terry Buy the Ebook: . “Terry's debut is a suspenseful page-turner with a highly sympathetic and strong female protagonist.
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Look Inside. Apr 14, Pages Young Adult Buy. May 01, Pages Young Adult Buy. Apr 14, Pages Young Adult. May 01, Pages Young Adult. The stunning conclusion to the Slated trilogy, for fans of Unwind and Legend! Kyla is in danger from both the government Lorders who erased her memory and the terrorists who tried to use her.
Narrated by Juliette, Warner, and Kenji Kishimoto, this gripping novel perfectly sets the stage for the highly anticipated forthcoming conclusion to the Shatter Me series.
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Perfect for fans of the dystopian settings of The Hunger Games and Divergent , the gripping second installment of the Slated trilogy is a riveting psychological thriller set in a future where violent teens have their memory erased as an alternative to jail.
Kyla has been Slated—her personality wiped blank, her memories lost to her forever. Or so she thought. Teri Terry www. Slated was her first novel, and she recently completed a research MA on the depiction of terrorism in young-adult literature. She lives in Buckinghamshire, United Kingdom.
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Intriguing—readers will be on tenterhooks for the next one. A perverse sense of claustrophobic dread grows throughout the novel. Will have readers waiting eagerly for a sequel. Teri Terry www. What truly makes this novel stand out from the dystopian pack, though, is the well-crafted suspense.
The story is gripping and suspenseful. Readers who have enjoyed the first two installments will not be disappointed by the dramatic conclusion.
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Fractured (Slated, #2) by Teri Terry
Also in Slated. There wasn't much action in the first book, so I thought there would some be in the sequel. And to a certain extent there was, especially towards the end, but there wasn't quite as much as I initially thought there would be. And you know what? I was surprised to find that I didn't care, this is a thriller that doesn't need action to be engrossing.
I can't wait to read the third and final book in the trilogy, hurry up Spring ! This review also appears on my blog, The Page Turner.
View all 3 comments. And after one and a half year I can finally finish this series!!! There was so much action in this one, I really enjoyed it! First it was somehow strange because there wasn't a pause between the end of the first and the start of the second I love it when series are like this! Mar 04, Marta rated it really liked it.
Apr 04, Katy rated it really liked it. On one hand, there wasn't as much action as I thought there was going to be, so I wasn't ripping through the pages because I was dying to find out what was going to happen next. Instead, it was more of frustrated curiosity that kept me going - more or less the same thing I felt about the first one: And there was a really good reason for that The Lorders had their fair share of faults, and so did the Free UK group.
Who in the family was betraying Kyla? Whose side was Dr. Lysander on? Why couldn't I full trust Nico? Why couldn't I find myself trusting Cam? I know that Katran is an important person in the past, but why won't Terry let us experience that? What is Mum going to do? What is Kyla going to choose?
And I don't understand why she has the phobia. How was she able to make it so far before? Does this make the book awesome? By keeping me bouncing back and forth? I mean, I wouldn't exactly say that it's not unpredictable. But at the same time, my constantly analyzing mind is too active for its own good.
So yeah, it made me think, which is great. I just wish I wasn't so frustrated during the process. But then again, one can argue that that is another great characteristic to the book. Either way, I'm torn. I'm heartbroken. I have hope. I'm looking forward to the next book. Confusa, perdida sem saber a quem confiar. View all 5 comments.
May 04, Abbie rated it liked it. Actual rating - 2. Although the first installment, Slated , had a slow pace, i really enjoyed it. This installment, was slower, and a lot less enjoyable. The time i started enjoying it, the book ended. Having to read pages before a book gets interesting, is not great.
Not only was it slow, but it was very jumpy too. I've read a few books like that this week, so it got annoying, very fast.
Overall, Jumpy, Slow, Disappointing. View 2 comments. There were just so many things going on with this book, it was really hard to pin down.
We get introduced to Nico finally, Free UK, 2 completely new important characters and some other ones. There was a lot to process with this book. Even though Kyla has started to get most of her memories back, she still doesn't know the full story, and that was the frustrating part. There were a 3. There were a lot of dream-flashbacks going on and little tiny pieces here and there of the puzzle but it still didn't make any sense. In my opinion it was dragged out just a little too long.
Even though I understood the reasoning behind the why the Slating worked for Kyla, it was still a little hard to buy, and yet at the same time it's unnerving to read about how this girl can switch back and forth between personalities and there is still another whole 3rd one that she doesn't even know that much about. Both of her personalities frustrated me for different reasons.
There is a lot she doesn't know and she isn't supposed to be trusting any one and yet she isn't suspicious at all about the new guy who moved in right across from her house. I would have found it a little odd. Even Rain did, but Kyla kept ignoring that part of herself during critical points of the story.
Then there is Rain herself and her obsession with Nico. I kept thinking of it as a Stockholm Syndrome, it really wasn't healthy at all.
But not only do we have to deal with Rain's obsession of Nico, we have to deal with Kyla's obsession with Ben. I never liked Ben. He came across as weak, gullible and whiny. So reading about her thinking about Ben almost every other page was so annoying, specially when she has a perfectly great guy right there! One who is so much better than Ben ever was.
This would have been one of those rare times were I would have gladly accepted the love triangle, but for once I didn't get it. Totally did not appreciate it. Kyla finally starts coming to grips with who she wants to be now instead of all the selfs that she was.
She starts making decisions for herself and not what others think she should do. That final showdown was one hell of a shock and that's when everything really started clicking together.
I loved how everything started coming together at the end. Those are really the best parts of a book, especially when it's done well, which in this case it was. The ending gave you enough to get an adequate grasp on what's going on but still left you with plenty of unanswered questions to expect a couple of surprises in the final installment of this trilogy. One that I will be looking forward to. View all 18 comments.
In a world full of danger; who can you trust? Caught in a tug of war between Lorder oppression and the fight for freedom, her past and present race towards a collision she may not surivive. A charismatic but dangerous figure from her past forces Kyla to choose her own path in this tense and gripping sequel to the absolutely amazing, jaw dropping, drool worthy, absolutely dazzling book also known as Fractured by Teri Terry.
This book is like some massive rollercoaster ride. It has everything: Family Drama. Nail biting, blood churning, white knuckled crazy reading.
There are so many twists and turns, most of which were unexpected that at the end of it, all I could do was stare at the last page blankly. I know, without a single doubt in my mind that it is too late for me. I have fallen head over heels in love with this book and I have fallen in so deep there is no chance of recovery.
This book is one of the best dystopian books I have read this year. It was gripping, chilling and all in all, it was a beautifully amazing book. My favourite quote in the book: It still has the power to break your heart, over and over again.
Apr 11, Iduna rated it liked it. I really liked the world-building and the ideas behind it. But it is just not happening a lot. However the last pages were really thrilling and I had to finish it in one piece. I really like some of them but the others a kind of one-dimensional. I hope the next part is going to be as exciting as the last section of this one! Dec 15, thebookbitch rated it it was amazing Shelves: I literally could not put it down.
It's fast paced, action packed and completely addictive. It's like a drug! This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. It continues on from the last scene in the first book, and it is such a wild ride. There is just enough action to keep you interested, just enough suspense to keep you on edge, and just the right amount of secrets to make sure you don't put the book down. I found this book really interesting in that, Kyla, as a person has so much character development.
I mean obviously she does, she basically turned into another person. And that was the interesting part. Her split personality. There is Lucy, Rain, and Kyla.
And because of the three in one, her mind basically can't decide to trust or not. For example, she wanted to trust Cam, but then she decided not to trust her mother. And while I can see why that happened, it also doesn't make sense to me.
There was so much betrayal, I had to laugh a little at how shocked I was. Katran was a different level of shocked, and as of yet, I'm not ready to discuss him. Feb 15, JuJu rated it liked it Shelves: Der zweite Teil ist vom Schreibstil her genau so gut wie der erste Teil und auch Kyla view spoiler [oder Rain oder Lucy Aber es ist immer noch sehr fesselnd und ich freue mich schon auf den dritten Teil, denn der Cliffhanger beantwortet Der zweite Teil ist vom Schreibstil her genau so gut wie der erste Teil und auch Kyla view spoiler [oder Rain oder Lucy Jun 12, Catherine rated it it was ok.
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