I'm definitely feeling a little dystopian fatigue lately, but the very cool premise of this one won me over. In the not too distant future in England, youthful offenders have their memories wiped and are re-integrated back into society. Kyra is one of these "Slated" who is released from hospital and introduced to her new family. Unfortunately, her reintegration doesn't go smoothly. She's plagued by nightmares, then many people around her start to be dragged away by the authorities.This book does a nice job of dropping intriguing clues about Kyra's past and how it might connect to a bigger picture of evil-doing. The romance in this one is tepid, but hey, I don't necessarily think dystopians need a lot of swoon. Read Full Review Here and the comments, in which I confused many readers into thinking there is some skeevy underaged romance in this book. There Is Not!!!!