Elyse Brayden’s Shadow State is a pulse-pounding young adult thriller that tackles homeland security, government conspiracy, and obsessive love, with a final-page plot twist you’ll never forget.
What Brynn Caldwell can’t remember might get her killed.
Brynn is a promising science student recovering from a major setback: Last year, a bad relationship sent her spiraling into depression. But as she puts the pieces of her life back together, a few don’t fit.
Soon Brynn starts having flashbacks―hazy memories of being abducted and possibly brainwashed. It’s all connected to a wonder drug to treat PTSD that might actually be the ultimate weapon: a tool to control people’s memories. And Brynn can’t trust the people who know the truth―her best friend turned enemy, her genius scientist mother with a secret, and Brynn herself, whose memories might all be lies.
Now, to stop a possible terrorist attack, Brynn has to uncover what she’s been forced to forget―and learn what side she’s really on.
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Praise for Shadow State:
"Suspenseful, with a relatable but unreliable narrator and a gripping premise." ―Booklist