Zoe Cannon writes about the things that fascinate her: outsiders, societies no sane person would want to live in, questions with no easy answers, and the inner workings of the mind. If she couldn't be a writer, she would probably be a psychologist, a penniless philosopher, or a hermit in a cave somewhere. While she'll read anything that isn't nailed down, she considers herself a YA reader and writer at heart. She lives in New Hampshire with her husband and a giant teddy bear of a dog, and spends entirely too much time on the internet.
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By Jamie Campbell
, Anya Allyn
, Marijon Braden
, Zoe Cannon
, Sarah Dalton
, Susan Fodor
, Katie Hayoz
, Sutton Shields
, Ariele Sieling
, & H. S. Stone
Published: September 5, 2014.
» Young adult or teen
Ten YA authors have come together to explore the impact the appearance of a comet can have on a life, a relationship… or an entire world.
Every dissident knows about Becca Dalcourt. They know about the lives she’s saved. About the prison break she carried out against impossible odds. They know she turned a dying resistance into the first real threat Internal Defense has faced in a long time. And even now, with the resistance under attack from the inside, they know Becca can save them.
The First Unforgivable Thing
When a dissident working undercover as an interrogator is ordered to torture a confession from the only girl he’s ever loved, he chooses to defy both the totalitarian regime and the resistance by helping her escape—but she has an agenda of her own...
Becca Dalcourt knows double agents for the resistance never last long. All she wants is a chance to do something meaningful with what little time she has left. So when she discovers a secret government program to brainwash dissidents into loyal citizens, she resolves to shut it down—no matter what lines she has to cross, and whom she has to betray...
The Torturer's Daughter
Becca has never questioned what she's learned in Citizenship class: dissidents want to tear the country apart, and people like her mother are the only thing keeping them at bay. Until her mother executes Becca's best friend's parents as dissidents, and Becca learns a secret that changes everything...