Resident Spy

Rated 4.00/5 based on 1 reviews
After receiving life-saving organ donations, Ethan, Florida, and Jake are on track to getting their old lives back when they're kidnapped by a man who believes in Feedback – the theory that organs retain the memories of the donor host. During interrogation they begin to hear voices, telling them information they can’t possibly know. But listening to this inner voice could get them killed. More

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About D L Richardson

D L Richardson is a writer of speculative fiction. Her favorite authors influence her to write: Dean Koontz, Stephen King and Anne Rice. She wanted to be a musician first but decided writing had better hours. She wants to be as prolific as her favorite authors and she loves meeting readers and sharing her writing tips with other authors. When she's not writing she's reading, killing weeds in the garden, walking the dog, or apologizing to her piano and guitar for neglecting them.

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Review by: Sheila Deeth on Oct. 6, 2016 :
D. L. Richardson’s Feedback feels almost like two novels in one. First is the tragedy of teens awaiting transplants, forced to view life through a narrow focus of physical tests competing with education, and short-term survival competing with future plans. The author’s teens feel very real, variously angry and depressed, or even suicida - so much so that the introduction of a CIA agent feels almost intrusive after getting to know them. But the novel changes as the agent's story advances, and soon these youngsters are facing a threat far more immediate than gradual decline, and a danger that could destroy all they know and love (or hate).

The segues from dejected teen fiction to spy thriller are a little uncomfortable, but it’s fascinating to see these wounded characters coming back to life and hope. The reader is invited into each of their heads, to see life from their different points of view. And the story has much to tell about cruelty, rejection, and belonging to the group. Scientific aspects have a nicely lowkey superhero feel, and I’d love to read more stories starring these teens.

Disclosure: I was given an ecopy and I offer my honest review.
(reviewed 6 months after purchase)

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