Readers of Stephen King, Veronica Roth, James Patterson and Suzanne Collins will enjoy this fast-paced, dystopian series. Briana Fox is the wildest girl in school. She and Kyle have been close for a long time...almost lovers. But Kyle is afraid that if he pushes her, he'll have his heart broken and lose his best friend. When Briana challenges him to a swim across the lake, she's injured in a horrific accident, but she discovers a mysterious substance in an underwater cave that saves her life. What seems to be a magical yet harmless "power drug" invokes superhuman abilities, and Briana soon becomes dependent on it for her very survival. When two government agents learn of the discovery, they will stop at nothing to find the source and turn Briana into a human experiment. Is Kyle willing to risk everything to protect his love?
Readers of all ages will enjoy this gripping, fast-paced story.
Book blogger reviews:
"Worth a serious read...incredibly gripping and heartwarming." - Halinor Everdeen Cipriano, Assortments
"A fast, suspenseful thriller with an ending I never saw coming." - Jessica Willis, The Tales Compendium
"Very exciting and gripping, leaves you wanting more." - Becky's Barmy Book Blog
"If anything, you should read it for the unique ending." - Rachel's Book Reviews
"You should give it a try. It's really different and interesting." - Brielle, Awesome Bookworm
About the Author
Mike Wells is an American bestselling author of over 20 "unputdownable" thriller and suspense novels, including Lust, Money & Murder and Passion, Power & Sin. He is also known for his young adult books, such as The Mysterious Disappearance of Kurt Kramer, The Wrong Side of the Tracks, and Wild Child, which are used by English teachers in high schools and colleges worldwide. Formerly a screenwriter, Wells has a fast-paced, cinematic writing style. His work is often compared to that of the late Sidney Sheldon, with strong and inspiring female heroes, tightly-written scenes, engaging action/dialogue, and numerous plot twists. He currently lives in Europe and has taught in the Creative Writing program at the University of Oxford.