Mindwalker

Mindwalker

eBook - 2015
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At seventeen, Lain Fisher has already aced the Institute's elite training program for Mindwalkers, therapists who use a direct neural link to erase a patient's traumatic memories. A prodigy and the daughter of a renowned scientist--whose unexplained death left her alone in the world--Lain is driven by the need to save others. When Steven, a troubled classmate, asks her to wipe a horrific childhood experience from his mind, Lain's superiors warn her to stay away. Steven's scars are too deep, they say; the risk too great. Yet the more time Lain spends with him, the more she begins to question everything about her society. As she defies the warnings and explores Steven's memories, it becomes clear that he's connected to something much bigger . . . something the Institute doesn't want the world to discover. Lain never expected to be a rule breaker. She certainly didn't plan on falling in love with a boy she's been forbidden to help. But then, she never expected to stumble into a conspiracy that could ignite a revolution.
Publisher: [S.I.] : Random House Children's Books, 2015.
ISBN: 9780553497151
Branch Call Number: eBOOK OVERDRI
Additional Contributors: OverDrive, Inc

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Oct 03, 2017

Lain Fisher is not your ordinary seventeen year old girl, as she is a Mindwalker, therapists who can erase the traumatic events from their patient’s memory. Lain is on the fast track to success, until she meets Steven, a troubled boy who has been sent to the psychiatric ward many times. Even after her superiors warn her many times to stay after from Steven, Lain is still determined to help Steven erase his dramatic childhood memories. As she digs through Steven’s past, she begins to uncover horrific truths that could endanger her life as well as the lives of many others. To make matters worse, she is beginning to fall in love with Steven, making things complicated. Overall, this book was okay. I loved the concept of Mindwalker, but I felt that the author could of written the story a bit better.
- @Vaseline of the Teen Review Board at the Hamilton Public Library

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