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Teri Terry

Biography

Teri Terry

Teri Terry has lived in France, Canada, Australia and England at more addresses than she can count, acquiring three degrees, a selection of passports and a silly name along the way.

Moving constantly as a child, teenager and also as an adult has kept Teri on the outside looking in much of her life. It has given her an obsession with characters like Kyla in Slated, who don't belong or find themselves in unfamiliar places.

Teri recently left her job with Buck's libraries in England to write full-time and complete her research MA on the depiction of terrorism in recent young adult dystopian literature.

Slated has been shortlisted in the UK for the North East Teenage Book Award and the Leeds Book Award, and was the most voted for YA title in the 2012 Edinburgh Book Festival Anobii First Book Award.

Teri Terry

Books by Teri Terry

by Teri Terry - Dystopian Fiction, Fiction, Science Fiction
Kyla is in on the run from both the government Lorders and the terrorists who tried to use her. In a remote mountain town, she is hoping all the pieces of her life will come together and she can finally take charge of her own future. But Kyla realizes there is no escape from the Lorders. Someone close to her may be one of them, and even more frighteningly, her birth mother has been keeping secrets of her own.
by Teri Terry - Fiction, Psychological Thriller, Science, Young Adult 12+
Kyla has been Slated --- her personality wiped blank, her memories lost to her forever. Or so she thought. She shouldn’t be able to remember anything. But increasingly she can --- and she’s discovering that there are a lot of dark secrets locked away in her memories. When a mysterious man from her past comes back into her life and wants her help, she thinks she’s on her way to finding the truth.
by Teri Terry - Dystopian, Dystopian Fiction, Young Adult 12+

Kyla has been Slated --- her memory and personality erased as punishment for committing a crime she can’t remember. The government has taught her how to walk and talk again, given her a new identity and a new family and told her to be grateful for this second chance that she doesn’t deserve. It’s also her last chance --- because they’ll be watching to make sure she plays by their rules.