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Comments: 136
  • #136

    ML (Monday, 18 February 2019 17:35)

    Hi Teri,

    I really love your books, they’re outstanding! Your style of writing is so captivating!
    I love the Slated trilogy and I’m really excited about your new prequel Fated. The story is great and I love the different characters: Ben, whom everyone likes, Phoebe, the one who has understandable prejudices against Slaters, and Nico, who is a terrorist and sometimes still acts like he cares about Kyla. And of course I like how Kyla changes throughout the trilogy.
    Yesterday evening I finished Contagion and I’m soooo excited about Deception, I’ll begin reading it as soon as possible but I’m quite busy with school. I really look forward it, especially the chapters from Kai’s sight, there are finally Kai chapters! At the moment I’m wondering if Callie will die at the end because I don’t think you left her the way she is at the end of Contagion.
    Thanks a LOT for writing these WONDERFUL books. They left me thinking about the subject even long after finishing them!


  • #135

    Ava (Saturday, 02 February 2019 18:13)

    Dear Teri, I just finished reading your Slated trilogy and I love them SOOOOOOOOO much! I still do have a question (which does contain a spoiler so if you haven’t read the books them don’t keep reading) I was hoping when Aiden rescued Ben, Dr. Lysander would get his memories back and be back together with Kyla. Why did you make Ben not want Kyla anymore? I really wish they got back together even though I love Aiden and Kyla. Thanks

  • #134

    Auvielle McCord (Thursday, 20 December 2018 23:46)

    Hi, I’m 11 years old, and I LOVE the slated series, and I would REALLY REALLY REALLY love it if you made a 4th book!�

  • #133

    Halel (Tuesday, 18 December 2018 13:50)

    Hi, I like your books , your books are so amaizing. you are such a good writer. I so like Mind games its so good

  • #132

    Jorjia Meza (Thursday, 13 December 2018 14:34)

    Dear Ms. Terry:

    In 6th grade I was inspecting the book shelves to find a good book to read, or at least a decent one. I wasn’t much of a reader and I’m still not. I thought all hope was lost and I would just have to settle for that book about horses or something, but then I came upon the bottom of the left corner on the very bottom shelf. There it was. The book I was going to read. The book of my dreams. The book that could suck me into the world of its own. But of course I didn’t know that then, so what I saw was a pretty cool looking book. The picture was a pretty girl with bright green eyes, and under her it said “Who can you trust when everyone is a stranger.”. When I read that little part I knew I was going to love your book. Slated. Your book made me interested and left me wanting more. When I found out that it was a trilogy I was on cloud nine and immediately started reading them. I soon fell in love with your books and didn’t want to stop reading them. That was two years ago and I still find myself rereading your books so I can escape to a world with Kyla Davis.

    Since I was in 6th grade the books helped me with figuring out middle school in a way. When Kyla Davis came out of the hospital and didn’t remember what to do or where she was it reminded me of how when you come into 6th grade it’s like a whole new world with a whole new building to figure out. In Slated you wrote “I hadn’t wanted to leave the hospital. Not that I wanted to stay there forever, but within those walls, I knew where I was. How I fit, what was expected.” I could really relate to that sentence, because when you get into 6th grade all you know is elementary school. I was so used to sitting with everyone at 1 or 2 lunch tables because everything was so small, but when I got into middle school it’s like elementary school times 10. I knew where I was and who I was in that school. But when I got into Middle school it’s almost like a whole new life. With a whole new purpose.

    When Kyla Davis was slated she needed to figure out who she was going to be in the world. Which is kind of like in middle school. There’s so many new and different people to meet. You have to find out who you want to be and how you’re going to be seen as. Who you’re going to sit with at lunch, and who your going to be friends with.

    When you’re in middle school, a lot of things will try to change you. When you believe in something your going to get tested by other people trying to change you. Many people didn’t like Kyla just because she was slated and I think it relates to the real world, because people will just judge and not like other people just because of how they look or what has happened to them in the past. Also in Slated you wrote about how she went to the support group. The first time she went Kyla said that they are supposed to talk about their feeling on things in a non judgmental group, but she feels like the nurses and leaders are almost telling her how to feel about things and how to react to it. This reminds me a lot of school in a way, because all the teachers say that everyone shouldn’t judge other people and stuff, but when a student will bring something up about their family or even religion some of the teachers seem to judge the students a little which is very wrong.

    Sometimes I try to imagine what it would be like to live in the world of Kyla Davis, a world where the government can slate people and just change everything about them. When I read Slated it reminds me of 6th grade and how we’re basically all new, so we have to find out who we are going to be and who we want to be seen as. We also can’t let people change us when we decide who we are and who we want to be. Thank you so much Ms. Terry for writing the book Slated and the rest of the series. It has impacted me a lot and also so many others.


    Jorjia Meza

  • #131

    Eryn (Thursday, 29 November 2018 14:11)

    Hey there! I am currently an 8th grade student, and have recently finished reading your slated series. I have been thinking about the ending for 2 days now! It did not end how I thought it would, and frankly, I was a bit upset about it, but since I cannot get into details, I will just leave it there. I was so obsessed with these books, and I wish they never had to end! All of the characters were so complex, and the amount of twists and turns the book took had me constantly on the edge of my seat! I almost cried when it was over! My dream is for these books to become movies, and if it ever happens, I will be the first one in line to see them! The plot was so perfect! I would love to see a book maybe on Ben's perspective during the 3 books, or maybe even Nico's! I think that would be really interesting! I will probably end up reading these books over and over until I can cite every word, but that will probably take forever lol. These books are genius!!!!

  • #130

    Eryn O'sullivan (Wednesday, 28 November 2018 14:11)

    Hey there! I'm currently a 13 year old, and I have just finished reading your Slated trilogy. I cannot believe the end! If I had known it would have taken such a turn, and had known that it wouldn't have ended how I thought, I would have prepared myself! The plot line was perfect, and the characters were so interesting! I was on the edge of my seat constantly while reading it, and I want to read it a thousand times over! It was so intense, but since i can't get into spoilers, I cannot explain what I mean. I wish you could write another book, maybe about Nico, or Ben maybe! I would love to get more details into Ben's perspective throughout the plot line of the trilogy, and see how he viewed things throughout the 3 books, especially with kyla! I have been thinking about the ending for almost 2 days now, and I can't get over it!

  • #129

    Eryn O'sullivan (Wednesday, 28 November 2018 14:02)

    Hi there! I'm currently an 8th grader, and I have just finished reading your slated books!!! I cannot believe the end! I didn't think in a million years that it would end that way and have been thinking about it for almost 2 days now! I cannot believe it. I wish it had ended some other way for some reason, but since I can't give spoilers, I can't really get into it on here. Absolutely crazy!!! My favorite books by far!

  • #128

    Angela Thomas (Thursday, 08 November 2018 11:18)

    I love your books so much. I honestly don't know how you get such great ideas and it's great to know that you are using it for good reasons. When I first finished the book, I was almost in tears 'cause it was such an amazing book. I can't express my feelings in words now but I really hope that one day, I get to meet up with you and get to talk. After reading one of your books, I ended up reading more. You are my idol right now. I know I already said this but I LOVE YOUR BOOKS. Keep up the good work.


    P.S. Scooby is adorable and trust me, I've begging my parents to get me a dog. Please keep your fingers crossed for me ��

  • #127

    Angela Thomas (Thursday, 08 November 2018 11:15)

    I love your books so much. I honestly don't know how you get such great ideas and it's great to know that you are using it for good reasons. When I first finished the book, I was almost in tears 'cause it was such an amazing book. I can't express my feelings in words now but I really hope that one day, I get to meet up with you and get to talk. After reading one of your books, I ended up reading more. You are my idol right now. I know I already said this but I LOVE YOUR BOOKS. Keep up the good work.


    P.S. Scooby is adorable and trust me, I've begging my parents to get me a dog. Please keep your fingers crossed for me ��

  • #126

    Marie (Saturday, 27 October 2018 12:46)

    Dear Teri,

    Thank you so much for writing Mind Games!
    I am a master's student in Germany and I have dedicated my master's thesis to this novel! I'm very interested in Neoliberalism (not just as a term from economy but as a mindset) and Mind Games served as the perfect dystopian setting for a discussion of how society could change when we keep thinking neoliberal.
    Before I finish my paper and hand it in, I have this one little question for you and I would be more than super-extremely-incredibly happy if you could answer it.
    It's basically just: Have you ever thought about Neoliberalism when you wrote Mind Games?

    Thank you so much in advance and if you are interested, I can send you a copy once it is finished!


  • #125

    Hannah (Saturday, 06 October 2018 14:57)

    I went to my local Waterstones in Coventry to pick up a book today, and the first book I picked up and opened was one of yours. Funnily enough, I think it was signed too. But I put it back for someone else to discover. :)

  • #124

    Lizzy (Monday, 20 August 2018 15:11)

    Dear Teri,
    My husband and I have just finished the Slated trilogy and we loved it! My son is currently reading Fractured. It’s been wonderful to talk about the books together while we were on holiday. You are an amazing writer and we are looking forward to reading the other books you have written. Thank you and keep up your great work. Best wishes Lizzy :0)

  • #123

    Svetlana (Wednesday, 06 June 2018 12:53)

    Hi, Ms. Terry! I've just finished reading the Slated trilogy, and wanted to thank you for your amazing books!!! Loved them!

  • #122

    Somebody (Thursday, 31 May 2018 19:19)

    Hello. I'm in 8th grade and we are reading your book. I love your book so much.

  • #121

    Jade (Tuesday, 03 April 2018 19:07)

    I am absolutely in love with your books, I just finished deception and I just can’t wait to find out what happens next. I’ve read all your books and every single one I’ve enjoyed so much I hope you release loads more books because I honestly don’t enjoy any other books as much as I enjoy your writing

  • #120

    Klara (Sunday, 11 February 2018 20:11)

    Hi Teri
    A few days ago Deception finally arrived in my post!! I was so excited I posted on instagram and noticed you liked it, thanks by the way :)
    Anyways I’ve already read my way through a few chapters into the book and all I can say is WOW! Cannot wait to get further in.
    Absolutely love it, and congrats on the next book in the series! :)

  • #119

    Keely (Sunday, 04 February 2018 23:47)

    Hi Teri,
    You may have noticed I also commented on the “so you want to be a writer” section of your website, but I feel I didn’t say enough!

    First of all, I want to introduce myself:
    I’m 14 years old and living in Australia (where I read was your home at one point too!) and I absolutely love each and every one of your books!

    Which brings me to some questions - I have so many but I’ll try to keep them to a minimum:
    1. How did you think of the concepts for Slated and Mind Games?
    I found they were completely realistic at how the future could play out.
    2. I loved how Book of Lies showed the thoughts of both main characters - have you ever thought of writing another Slated book in Bens perspective? Because I’m dieing to know his thoughts during the books and in Shattered’s aftermath!
    3. I would also love to see a book with Katran as the protagonist. If I’m honest, his fate touched me deeply and I really want to read into his character and his past.
    And finally....
    4. Is their anything I can to to help any one of your books become a movie?
    Thank you for taking the time to read my messages.
    All the best x

  • #118

    Isabella (Wednesday, 17 January 2018 03:25)

    I love all your books so much, especially the Slated Trilogy. Do you think you would ever do like another book? maybe about Ben this time?. I think his story would be great too. I’ve always wondered what happened to him or who he really was like.

  • #117

    Sareena (Saturday, 06 January 2018 01:21)

    P.S I meant the slated trilogy x

  • #116

    Sareena (Saturday, 06 January 2018 01:19)

    Hi, I just wanted to say these are probably the best books I've ever read. I thoroughly enjoyed them and literally couldn't stop reading them. I really wanted to know if you are writing a fourth book, because I really love these. Love S x

  • #115

    Klara (Tuesday, 12 December 2017 17:16)

    Hi, I wrote to you once before about contagion and here I go again :)
    It’s AMAZING best book ever! This is the second time I’m reading it and have read half the book in like 2hrs
    I cannot put it down I love it and practically know it off by heart!
    We pre-ordered deception on Amazon I can’t wait for it!!!!
    Until then I’m going to finish of contagion (once again)
    Thank you so so so much for your amazing writing I can’t say how much I love it

  • #114

    Lovintheprincess (Saturday, 30 September 2017 10:35)

    I wish mind games is a movie. If it would exist it would be my favorite one.�
    Can somebody please turn this book into a movie�

  • #113

    AshleyDandridge (Friday, 15 September 2017)

    Hey! has anyone else noticed that you predicted brexit!!

  • #112

    Ideja (Monday, 11 September 2017 18:31)

    Hi Teri,
    I'm a 14 year old aspiring author who desperately needed inspiration. I picked up Mind Games in my local books store, an was angry that I didn't notice it before!
    I'm now a huge fan, so I would like to thank you for making such a large effort to write and publish a beautifully written novel.

    All the best,

  • #111

    Teri Terry (Tuesday, 22 August 2017 08:30)

    Hi Donna, thank you very much!!

  • #110

    Donna Vincent (Monday, 21 August 2017 23:36)

    Just wanted to message you a word of thanks.
    I am a mom of a 12 year old girl who has read all of your books. I have also read them and you are amazing!!!!!
    My daughter and I cannot wait for your next book (It's already in our Amazon wish list).
    Thank you so much for keeping reading for pleasure alive.
    Donna and Kira Vincent x

  • #109

    Someone In The World (Wednesday, 26 July 2017 08:56)

    Hi! I borrowed a couple of books from my public library and Contagion was in that. After reading 2-3 of the books in my bag I deciding to read Contagion. Every time I put the book down straight after I had done what I had to do I went back to the book, it's unputtdownable. I loved the book and really want you to make a sequel because I'm still wondering what happened at the end! And I'm still dying to know if they stop the thingy (thingy in case it's counted as a spoiler)! Contagion is amazing so I might read some of your other books!

  • #108

    Emma (Sunday, 23 July 2017 19:09)

    I absolutely loved your books. I even did a Book presentation on "Slated" and I wanted to ask how I could get your Autograph.
    So: How can I get your Autograph?
    Love, Emma

  • #107

    Eva Lucia (Thursday, 20 July 2017 22:05)

    Dear Teri,
    I loved (!!!!) your book. Can't stress it enough. Would you perhaps be interested in an interview for my literary blog? It's 10-12 questions that you can answer via email and send back whenever it fits your schedule best �
    Thanks for introducing me to amazing literature. Will read your other books ASAP!
    Eva Lucia

  • #106

    Sophie (Sunday, 16 July 2017 22:37)

    Hi Teri,
    Yesterday I read your book "infiziert" and I love it! The story is fantastic and your style of writing let me feel like I was in the situation of the protagonists. I'm really excited to read the next part of this trilogy.
    Greetings from Germany,

  • #105

    Sam (Saturday, 15 July 2017 17:48)

    I love your books! I've just finished reading fractured and can't wait to read shattered. You need to make these books into a movie please. Omg if that happened I'd cry��
    Your such an amazing writer xx

  • #104

    Anonymous (Wednesday, 14 June 2017 13:54)

    Hi, I found your poster for SLATED on the wall of my local library. Your website looks really good!

  • #103

    Maggie (Wednesday, 31 May 2017 21:45)

    Firstly, let me say I love your books! I actually just finished Shattered from the Slated series which I only bought this morning! I love it so much that I would love to see it on the big screen. Reading it today made me realise how real it felt, especially with what is happening in the world today, and this book would be great as a screenplay. To watch how the characters play out and how things change or don't fascinates me and even though this might not happen and even if it does there would be an extremely small chance of me getting a part (what character in the series could a 12 year old girl play anyway?) I am an aspiring actress and would love to star in it! If you decide not to go through with this, I completely understand but it is an opportunity for money and your books to become much better known.
    Another thing, reading your books lead me into brainstorming ideas for my own books, which are mostly set in the near future, and this sparked the question: what if they didn't know they had been completely wiped of whoever they were before? And this lead to questions such as: would they think everyone else was just like them? Would they try to remember? How would their families react? Why would this happen? How would they recreate friendships or other relationships? Etc. Right now, I am going to check out your blogs and tips for writing, start developing characters and a storyline before beginning my story. I will inform you if I get anywhere!
    Yours sincerely, a big fan and fellow author,
    Maggie (age 12)

  • #102

    Klara (Saturday, 27 May 2017 19:04)

    When I went to the Hay Festival I was really intrigued with your speech and instantly knew that I had to read your books and so I have! I recently finished your book Contagion and it was absolutely amazing, it felt like I knew the characters, and it was a great experience reading it, thank you! (Best book I have ever read),
    I honestly cannot wait to get my hands on Deception!
    And thanks again for signing Contagion for me :)

    Best of luck with your writing,
    Kind regards,
    Klara :)

  • #101

    Caitlin (Thursday, 25 May 2017 20:16)

    I was wondering were you get your inspiration from. I would love to be an Author myself and I think your books are amazing. Are there any book signing events coming up soon? I would love to meet you and get a signed copy of my favourite books.

  • #100

    Mae (Sunday, 21 May 2017 21:41)

    Hi, Teri Terry!!
    I am a reader of your trilogy Slated I have read it almost two times (about to start Shattered again!) and I absolutely loved it. However, there has been something bugging me ever since I first read the series, why not get this turned into a movie! Like the Hunger Games and Divergent? I would love to see characters like Kyla/Lucy/Rain, Ben, Amy, Dad, Mum, Nico, Tori, Dr.Lysander, the Lorders, Robert, Cam, Pheobe and so much more come to life on the big screen! I have always imagined the characters while reading and to see them and all the action and Levos and memories, but having them being played right in front of my eyes would be fantastic to see! I strongly believe you that you should look into that for the Slated Trilogy I would be first in line to buy a ticket!I really hope this can happen.
    There are also some gaps with a lot of the characters I would really love to be explained. For example, what was Ben's past life like? Did he really join Free Uk? What did he do to get Slated? and just things like that. Also, what is the connection between Nico and Kyla more specifically Lucy's life? I understand that he tried to get rid of Lucy and replace her with Rain, but what I don't understand is how they even got together in the first place? Why was Nico going after Lucy's dad? What did Lucy's dad actually do? I also want to know more about Kyla's past lives, with her as Lucy and Rain just a full story on just them, not just the bits and pieces we know from what Kyla remembers/ already knows. Lastly, who was Cam really?
    and why did he turn on Kyla? There are probably a dozen more characters I would want to know more about but let me just keep at that.I also want to know what your inspiration for the book was? and how you wrote something of a dystopian society in a new and exciting way? because I am trying to become an author myself and that's what I have trouble with, writing a chapter book of 300 plus pages of something, and I can't even find a topic. I hope this wasn't too long, I am just a really big fan of yours and your trilogy.
    a soon to be a fellow author

  • #99

    Juliana Dias (Saturday, 20 May 2017 15:06)

    Hi, I'm a huge fan of your books.
    I am from Brasil and whenever your books are released here, I buy them. I collect bookmarks, but here in Brasil I they don’t have any from your collection, do you know where I can get them? Thanks!

  • #98

    Aly Inglish (Friday, 12 May 2017 20:46)

    Hey Teri! This is a middle school student writing to you! I just wanted to ask a few questions to help me complete my book report on the author of the Slated trilogy (the categories I had to research on were: awards, hobbies, family, lifestyle, interesting facts, and when/why you started writing. So please dont think I am trying to be stalkish- i just want to find out more of your thrilling writing!)... Why did you decide to become a writer? What is the highest award you have gotten? What do you like to do in your spare time? Who are the members of your close family (your generation and if you have any children- you dont need to say names if it makes you uncomfortable) What is your favorite part of being an author? If you dont want to post this on your website, please email me at Thanks so much! I hope I hear back from you!

  • #97

    juju (Monday, 30 January 2017 18:18)

    I would love to know what Ben's life was like before, what crimes he committed, how he got caught, his real relationship with Tori. It's hard to believe that Ben (upbeat, educated, and present) was such a bad person when he gives up the good and happy life he had, words spoken by him after he got the memories back, decides to take Nivo off the Own life to help other people, even Kyla, the girl he supports, begging him not to do that. It has been proven in several times in the book that Nivo was not able to change any characteristic of a person's personality.
    What was done with him to become a lord, how he met up with Tori, and when he realized the mistake he made by betraying Kyla, after he recovered the memory he and kyla talked and why he decided to leave since He would not be accused of the crimes he committed and was with the girl he supposedly loved, since if he stayed he would have to take advantage of the situation because Kyla became very important to the Londoners.

  • #96

    juju (Monday, 30 January 2017 07:11)

    KNEE PIECE A BOOK TO BE ABLE TO UNDERSTAND BEN. I loved the Slated trilogy, but I confess that I would really like a book for Ben, he was a very captivating character. In my humble opinion, many gaps remained about him, I would like to understand better the character, his story and his attitudes. Even Kyla herself asks herself in the book if she really knew him.

  • #95

    Lara (Monday, 16 January 2017 17:52)

    Hi, I am 13 and a bit of a book worm.� When I was reading the Slated trilogy I couldn't put the books down.

    I loved Nico's character, how did you come up with such an amasing character?? Nico was was cruel and manipulative but one of my favorite characters.

    I haven't gotten to read Book of Lies or Mind games but I can't wait to!!

    I would love to to see a book that tells what happens to everyone after the government is re-setup! Where did Ben go? Do Kalya/Hope and Aiden become a couple? What happened to Mum and Amy, and Jazz and Amy?

    Anyway I LOVE your books��
    thanks for your time�

  • #94

    Madelaine (Tuesday, 06 December 2016 09:06)

    Dear Teri Terry
    Can I please just state first of all that your style of writing is absolutely outstanding and your work has inspired myself and lots of other young teenagers whom have read your books to continue in their passion for writing, so thank you so incredibly much!! I have always been fond of reading and writing and have always recieved high makes in literature. Your wiritng however, set a whole new perspective for me and has helped me so much.
    I fell utterly in love with the Slated trilogy and was mad crazy about the Book Of Lies and Mind Games. I have some questions about the Slated trilogy that I'd like to disclose but you may want to hide this message is it will most probably contain spoilers.

    My first question is what inspired you to write the trilogy and how did you manage to fit the plot together so perfectly? Constantly I was on the edge, whether it be on the edge of my seat or bawling my eyes out, it kept me engaged non-stop.

    Slated gave you the impression that you knew everything and what was to happen next but then BAM! Another twist!. My second question I'd like to disclose is what did Ben do so wrong to become slated? It was suggested in the book that he was a criminal of some sort but was never explained in depth, I felt that it all ended too quickly.

    Nico was an amazing character even though he was cruel and manipulative, he was such a complex character and was so significant to the story, what inspired you to portray him this way? Did you base his character partially on someone you know/knew?

    Hope. That. One. Word. It killed me, I cried so much. It was such a perfect conclusion. I never thought it to be possible that a whole trilogy could be summed up in one word. Did you intend to do this from the start or did you come up with it along the way? Why did you decide for Kylas name to be Hope?

    I look forward to reading what you write next and wish you luck and all the best.

    Kind regards,

  • #93

    Melanie Weyrauch (Monday, 07 November 2016 16:41)

    Hi Teri Terry,
    I love your books .


  • #92

    Leah Holt (Saturday, 05 November 2016 16:26)

    Hi I'm a big fan of you, you may remember me as we had a photo in my library with my friend amber. I love your books theyre so thrilling.

  • #91

    Daisy Lockie (Wednesday, 19 October 2016 15:02)

    My name is Daisy and I am a big fan of your works. I am 13 and in third year at Selkirk High School. I really like reading and am part of my school ‘reading ambassadors’ club.

    We are trying to promote reading in schools and are hoping for your help. We are running lots of competitions such as literacy treasure hunts, reading marathons and quizzes. We have also started our own blog – – where we will write reviews of our favourite books.

    My reason for writing to you is to ask for your help. Do you have any suggestions for how we could create a buzz about reading at our school or could you kindly donate a prize? We would appreciate anything you have even if that is just a few ideas.

    Hope to hear from you soon.

    Yours sincerely,

  • #90

    Mille Flugt (Sunday, 02 October 2016 10:48)

    Hi! Teri

    I am 13 years old and I am from Denmark and i have to make an authorship report in my school, and i have chosen you. I have read your two books Slated and shattered, and it was the best books in the world. I should write something about you and I think, what is it that matters most to you about yourself, and about your books. I hope you will answer my question.

    Bye, Mille

  • #89

    claudia victoria (Sunday, 18 September 2016 12:39)

    Hey there Teri Terry!
    My name is claudia, I'm a 17 years old student living in Germany. I've always found a great pleasure in reading (and writing) in english, so after finishing your first book of the Slated series, then stumbling across the german version and skipping through the pages, I noticed that there is something so obvious missing and that is YOUR final touch. There is just a huge difference in reading the words you wrote, and the ones a translator thought would suit best or will make the best translation out of it. I've grown so fond of your unique style of writing and the way you tell a story, it always held me captivated and excited. I also got so nervous not knowing what will happen next that I just couldn't help myself or put the books down. I devoured them in just a few days and every time I had finished one of your works, the story still remained and I'm still living through the adventures. (The series even earned a special place on my bookshelf hhh). I also want to mention what a great herioine you have created, especially since me and Kyla would be the same age it really was interesting seeing the various characters she developed and what an amazing and peerless herioine she was, is and has become.
    I'm sorry for putting you through reading all this rubbish, however, I want to thank you so much for letting me in on this adventure and I wish I could give you back more than this shabby feedback and the £20 I spent on the series to show my gratitude but anyhow, I hope you'll bless us all with plenty of your new, brilliant work and I'm looking forward to seeing you evolve and write even better books (if that's possible at all). I sincerely hope that you'll always find just as much joy and satisfaction in writing stories as I find in reading them. I wish you the very best and good luck for your upcoming projects!

    All the love xx

  • #88

    Jessica Perry (Friday, 16 September 2016 22:59)

    I am absolutely in love with your slated serious. I am reading book of lies next. But in the slated serious I was actually upset that Ben and Kyla weren't together at the end. But aiden seems nice and cute. So I liked that twist and all the other twists. Ur a amazing writer. Inspiring even. My favorite part was when Ben*died* you don't know how hard I cried and I friend whenever they mentioned his name in the book. I felt as if I was a part of it. As if I was there holding the characters hand the whole was through. Thank you for the experience. I hope to re-read the slated serious soon.

  • #87

    Brigitte (Tuesday, 13 September 2016 09:35)

    Bonjour Teri, tout d'abord MERCI pour votre trilogie qui m'a tenue en haleine jusqu'au bout. Je viens de terminer Brisée qu'il me tardait de lire chaque après-midi et soir afin de suivre l'aventure de Kyla.
    Avant cette trilogie, je ne vous connaissais pas mais dorénavant je vais rechercher vos livres.
    Encore un Grand MERCI pour ces instants géniaux de lecture (comme un film à épisodes dont on ne peux en louper aucun) !
    A vous relire très prochainement,

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