The mind can hold powerful secrets.
When Dr. Jessica Paladon worked for her friend, Dr. Dean Devya, she helped create Nadia, one of the world's few Minders. Tough circumstances drove her away from that life, and to protect the secrets, she willingly took a drug that induced amnesia.
But now she needs those memories.
Two children—her children—Nadia and Varick are competing in a winners-take-all, losers-might-die competition for the biggest secret government contract out there. They're fighting for the right to exist.
If Jessie can't remember, how will she help them survive?
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I'm a high chemistry teacher, a writer, a Star Wars fan, a Lego maniac, a tea drinker, a decaf coffee girl, and a Christian. I write in several genres, including mystery/thriller now thanks to amazon's Kindle Worlds.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
There was a lot going on in this book. The science is complex, and advanced. The scientists are playing with genetics. And there is a battle between scientists, to see who's "experiments" are better. Quite typical and believable to see these scientists calling these children they've tampered with "experiments" rather than children. I could totally see that happen if scientists are able to go this far in science in the future. There's so much going on, it's hard to keep track during some of it, I think the pace of the story could slow down a little bit and expand to bring a clearer picture, but overall it was a good read. The narrator was good, but I don't think he was good for the book. With mostly female characters, I believe the female narrator who did the other Devya's children, would have been better.
Very entertaining. Moved fast and I was sorry to reach the end so quickly. Look forward to reading more Sydney Rye stories.