by Michelle Gagnon
Noa has only relied on herself for years. She beat the foster care system, tricked it into letting her live alone. She's made a name for herself as a hacker, earning enough that she never has to worry. But she she wakes up alone on an operating table, with no memory of what happened, she discovers that there are some things you can't plan for. After she escapes whoever had trapped her there, she finds only one person she can trust, another hacker she's never actually met. It up to her and Patrick to discover what happened to her, and the truth might just get them killed.
First things first, this is another trilogy. I didn't realize it when I picked it up, but it's good to know. Overall the book is interesting. The book is a bit tech heavy, but the author makes it so that it is pretty easy to understand. Noa is a strong character who has to lean on a stranger to survive. Patrick is the classic boy who had everything who realizes that everything he ever knew is a lie. The book is fast-paced and interesting, good for both genders if they are into thrillers.
Age Level: 8th Grade