The Integer (Whitewashed, #2)

The Integer (Whitewashed, #2)

by Adelaide Thorne

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Overview

Some lies are safer in the dark.

After months of working with the MTA in search of her captured best friend, Ella Kepler stumbles upon a secret that predates everything she understood about Kara's kidnapping—including her own past. Armed with a truth that could either destroy or save lives, Ella works alongside a group of metahumans determined to battle injustice and bring every lie to an end. As Ella's involvement thickens, she's forced to realize that lies have consequences, enemies wear two faces, and even memories can't be trusted.

EVOLVED PUBLISHING PRESENTS the second book in the "Whitewashed" trilogy, following Ella as she finds her place in the world of metahumans and Grifters, a world too hungry to let one girl escape.[DRM-Free]

The "Whitewashed" Series:

  • Book 1: The Trace
  • Book 2: The Integer
  • Book 3: The Anamnesis (Coming 2019)

More Great Young Adult Sci-Fi from Evolved Publishing:

  • Star City by Edwin Peng
  • The Noah Zarc Series by D. Robert Pease
  • The Dirt and Stars Series by Kevin Killiany
  • The Silver Sphere by Michael Dadich
  • Two Moons of Sera by P.K. Tyler

Product Details

BN ID: 2940155696230
Publisher: Evolved Publishing LLC
Publication date: 11/05/2018
Series: Whitewashed , #2
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 1 MB

About the Author

After my stick figure comic series “The Adventures of The Unstoppable” failed to garner any fans, I accepted that drawing would never be my superpower. I also accepted that I was not, after all, The Unstoppable. Twelve-year-old me never forgot the thrill of adventure, however, and the mystery of heroes, powers, and a bad guy who maybe is only bad because he feels stuck. Or maybe he’s just bad, and that’s interesting, too.

My writing has taken me around the worlds of my brain, and also around a lot of restaurants. After years of being the pickiest eater in the south, I somehow got a stint as a city blogger and food columnist, which taught me that people are too obsessed with queso and not excited enough about chicken noodle soup. I’ve since said goodbye to journalistic writing and hello to creative writing, which, after all, is what I’ve always done.

I currently live in Florida, where I complain about the humidity but never make any plans to move. My husband and I have two cats (only two), who are excellent sounding boards for ideas.

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