Feedback

As if waiting for a kidney transplant isn’t bad enough, when a donor is finally found for seventeen-year-old Ethan James, he’s plunged into a world of spooks and terrorism. The kidney he receives belonged to CIA agent, Dylan Black and the mad scientist Dylan was spying on believes in Feedback – the theory that organs retain the memories of the host.

Ethan knows nothing of the plot on his life until two weeks after his release from hospital. Right in the middle of getting his life back on track he’s abducted. He still knows nothing about the plot on his life until he’s interrogated by the mad scientist who wants information retained in the dead CIA’s organ. Specifically, the location of deadly bacteria bombs that Dylan was trying to stop from going off which ended up the cause of his death.

At least Ethan isn’t alone in this torture chamber. Abducted with him are sixteen-year-old Florida Bowman and fifteen-year-old Jake Inala. There’s comfort in allies, yet when Dylan’s memories begin to awaken within the three teens, they each begin to wrestle with the fact that if the inner voice they’re hearing is real then either their abductor is telling the truth or they’re crazy.

Meanwhile, three bombs are set to go off and destroy the planet. And these three teens seem to be the only ones being pestered by the dead CIA agent to stop them.

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Listening to your inner voice can get you killed.

As if waiting for a kidney transplant isn’t bad enough, when a donor is finally found for seventeen-year-old Ethan James, he’s plunged into a world of spooks and terrorism. The kidney he receives belonged to CIA agent, Dylan Black and the mad scientist Dylan was spying on believes in Feedback – the theory that organs retain the memories of the host.

Ethan knows nothing of the plot on his life until two weeks after his release from hospital. Right in the middle of getting his life back on track he’s abducted. He still knows nothing about the plot on his life until he’s interrogated by the mad scientist who wants information retained in the dead CIA’s organ. Specifically, the location of deadly bacteria bombs that Dylan was trying to stop from going off which ended up the cause of his death.

At least Ethan isn’t alone in this torture chamber. Abducted with him are sixteen-year-old Florida Bowman and fifteen-year-old Jake Inala. There’s comfort in allies, yet when Dylan’s memories begin to awaken within the three teens, they each begin to wrestle with the fact that if the inner voice they’re hearing is real then either their abductor is telling the truth or they’re crazy.

Meanwhile, three bombs are set to go off and destroy the planet. And these three teens seem to be the only ones being pestered by the dead CIA agent to stop them.

Join Ethan, Florida, and Jake on this roller coaster ride with grit.

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D L Richardson started writing in 1996 when her influences were Dean Koontz, Stephen King, and Anne Rice. Her writing goal is to be as prolific and successful as her writing heroes. She currently has three young adult fiction novels published and is working on an apocalyptic series and a dystopian series. Two of her young adult novels, Feedback and The Bird with the Broken Wing were #1 and #2 bestsellers and Highest Rated Young Adult Fiction ebooks OmniLit. Her novel, Little Red Gem was 2nd place in the 2013 Paranormal Cravings Best of Standalone YA books, was a Highest Rated Young Adult ebook OmniLit, and the book trailer which features an original song by the author was featured on USA Today website. She is also a workshop presenter at local writer centres.