Created in a lab, Jolene’s never been on a date, ridden a bike or even had a friend her own age. Now, at twenty-one when a mission goes horribly wrong, she’s running from armies out to recapture or kill her. Plus, she’s gotten a soldier, who she cares for maybe too much, mixed up in her mess.
What readers are saying:
“I am excited this author integrated science fiction and humanity into a great story.”
“Basically, it’s a “how do you define ‘monster’ and ‘human’” theme. But how it’s done…wow! It’s the story of a girl created by the government and used for intelligence gathering. As you might expect, she was never really taught to be human, or ‘normal’…The story reminded me frequently of Stephen King’s Firestarter, with its innocent protagonist having to grow up hard and fast and wanting only to be left in peace and to love and be loved.”
“Part science adventure, part horror, part romance, all riveting — this creepy but masterful novel is full of wicked twists and turns, right up to the intense grand finale when Jey pulls out all the stops. Highly recommended!”