Slated Trilogy Cover Update!!!


To celebrate the release of the Slated prequel, Fated, the covers of the original trilogy have been updated! What do you think?

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Comments: 11
  • #1

    Kenneth Cook (Tuesday, 19 February 2019 19:45)

    when does Fated come out in the US?

  • #2

    Teri Terry (Wednesday, 20 February 2019 08:32)

    Hi, as far as I'm aware at the moment there isn't a US deal for Fated, so it may not, or it may be later on. You can get it from the Book Depository online if you want to - I believe they do free international deliveries. It is here:

  • #3

    ilayda (Thursday, 28 February 2019 13:37)

    I read your 3 books and love it. I think it was very creative. I didn't want to finish ..... I congratulate you ! (english may be defective :D ) ♡

  • #4

    Mara Montes (Wednesday, 06 March 2019 06:24)

    Im from Portugal and I read the 3 books... omg... incredible.. for real. That's why I became so passionate about reading. Thank you so much and I just screamed when I knew abou "Fated" Can't wait!!! I love youuuuuu

  • #5

    Julia (Wednesday, 03 April 2019 17:10)

    I really like this series

  • #6

    Nícolas Pinotti (Saturday, 25 May 2019 23:45)

    I read yours books and I loooove they. I want know when you public the new book... do you can told me?
    I'm from brazil, so my inglis is not perfect. Sorry

  • #7

    Diya (Thursday, 30 May 2019 23:04)

    Hi Teri, I just love the slated trilogy and I'm loving fated. Was wondering when will you announce the topic/details of your next book? I honestly love your work and I'm always keen to see your new books, so thank you so much for writing!

  • #8

    Diya (Saturday, 01 June 2019 17:49)

    I just finished fated which was an amazing read and there were so many parts that were genuinely scary, especially all the new laws! Only thing I didn't like was the undertone romance between the main characters, I appreciated how subtle it was and honestly I almost didn't realise - but it wasn't necessary, they were great as best friends. I think my most favourite thing was all the realisations and connections with the trilogy, it was brilliant! I figured out one of them early on, but *spoiler* Nico, threw me off completely and it just made so much sense and was genius IMO. I really hope one day you'll return again to the slated world because you've crafted it amazingly. Perhaps a story regarding the return of Sandra Armstrong's son (as a personal side note, it would be interesting to see Kyla jealous of his return). But anyway, thanks again for writing.

  • #9

    Zada (Monday, 09 September 2019 21:13)

    Is there more books coming after fractured?

  • #10

    Anna (Friday, 11 October 2019 12:04)

    I think your books are amazing! I have almost finished shattered, and i have not been able to put it down!!! I cant wait to read fractured ;)

  • #11

    Zana Asa (Friday, 11 October 2019 22:11)

    I love the Slated Trilogy so incredibly much! I have stopped counting on how often I've read Slated...
    Recently, I reread Slated and Fractured and I cried so much for Katran and Kyla's dad and I was so angry at Nico! I really liked Katran, he was such an interesting character – he often seemed unapproachable and mysterious, but also had a protective, caring and "smooth" side to him. I would have liked to get to know him better!
    I'm also planning on rereading Shattered and looking forward to reading Fated. :)

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