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Fractured (Slated #2)

4.14 of 5 stars 4.14  ·  rating details  ·  3,764 ratings  ·  467 reviews
How do you know where to go when you don't remember where you came from?

Kyla's memory has been erased,
her personality wiped blank,
her memories lost for ever.

Or so she thought.

Kyla shouldn't be able to remember anything. But she can - and she's beginning to realise that there are a lot of dark secrets locked away in her memories. When a mysterious man from her past comes ba...more
Paperback, 432 pages
Published April 4th 2013 by Orchard Books (first published January 1st 2013)
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3.5 stars - I liked the first book enough but wasn't too impressed - mostly because it started out too slow, but the end was pretty exciting so I was eager to find out what was going to happen next.

On one hand, there wasn't as much action as I thought there was going to be, so I wasn't ripping through the pages because I was dying to find out what was going to happen next. Instead, it was more of frustrated curiosity that kept me going - more or less the same thing I felt about the first one: th...more
"With what I did yesterday, I should be dead: zapped by the chip they put in my brain when I was Slated."

A sequel that packs just as much punch as its predecessor, Fractured does not disappoint!

Fractured picks up where Slated left off. As wisps of Kyla's memories start coming back to her she struggles with her identity; between who she is now, who she was before being Slated, and her younger self.

One of the many things that grabbed me about Fractured was Terry's simplistic yet engaging writing s...more
Maja (The Nocturnal Library)
Fractured doesn’t suffer from the dreaded middle book syndrome, not in the least. If anything, the stakes are higher, the plot more complicated and the characters better developed. It is a tense read, a thrill ride from start to finish. There were times when I was genuinely afraid for Kyla, even though the rational part of me insisted that nothing too terrible could happen to her.

Most of the anxiety I experienced was caused by Nico, an important person from Kyla’s past. Even when she didn’t kno...more
Tanja (Tanychy) St. Delphi
Review also posted at Ja čitam, a ti?

With all middle books or second books in series I've noticed some pattern, but mostly this happens in dystopians. While in the first book the whole idea is presented and you need to wrap your mind around something, second books leaves you to connect all the smaller things and mostly to get to know the main character and other characters too. This one follows that patter.

While in the first book you get the whole idea of Slated was nicely presented in the fir...more
♥ Innocent Lamb ~ Forever Reading ♥ - AKA Smarties
In a world full of danger; who can you trust?

Caught in a tug of war between Lorder oppression and the fight for freedom, her past and present race towards a collision she may not surivive. A charismatic but dangerous figure from her past forces Kyla to choose her own path in this tense and gripping sequel to the absolutely amazing, jaw dropping, drool worthy, absolutely dazzling book also known as Fractured by Teri Terry.

This book is like some massive rollercoaster ride. Seriously. It’s like thi...more
Ornella (Nyx)
3.5 Stars

I have been debating a lot what to rate this. There were just so many things going on with this book, it was really hard to pin down.

The first 60% or so of the book was beyond frustrating for me. We get introduced to Nico finally, Free UK, 2 completely new important characters and some other ones. There was a lot to process with this book. Even though Kyla has started to get most of her memories back, she still doesn't know the full story, and that was the frustrating part. There were a...more
Nea Barabea
See the whole review on my blog

You see, there aren't many books in this world that can keep you at the edge of your seart through the whole story. And when I say the whole story, yes, I mean the whole book. I thought Slated was fantastic and amazing, but Teri Terry managed to bring the serie to an even higher level, because Fractured was absolutely phenomenal.

Kyla. Or I should say Rain? Or even Lucy? Nonetheless, our favourite heroine of the first instalment is back full force. She isn't scared...more
Actual rating - 2.5

Fractured was a disappointment.
Although the first installment, Slated, had a slow pace, i really enjoyed it.
This installment, was slower, and a lot less enjoyable.
The time i started enjoying it, the book ended.
Having to read 400 pages before a book gets interesting, is not great.

Not only was it slow, but it was very jumpy too.
I've read a few books like that this week, so it got annoying, very fast.

Overall, Jumpy, Slow, Disappointing.
Kate Ormand
I am a huge fan of this series, and FRACTURED is an incredible sequel to SLATED.
Like SLATED, FRACTURED delivers high suspense, unravelling mystery, full-on action, extreme danger and nail-biting tension. The setting is familiar and scarily realistic. The story maintains excitement throughout and builds to a powerful finish.
FRACTURED is a chilling UK dystopian, filled with dark secrets and shocking revelations.
Nerg! The frustrated sounds of a reader waiting for the third book. You know those books that make you reach the last page and your fingers want to keep turning to find out more? Yeah this is THAT book.

I read the first book a few days ago, and was highly impressed. No story line entirely dependent on romance, no insta love, great world building and fantastic characters. Then I found the second book was already available and picked up a copy at a local KMart. Happy days! I was so engrossed in thi...more
Fractured (Slated #2) by Teri Terry 3.5 stars

My expectations were pretty high but sadly they weren't met. It took me a long time to process this book, I found it too overwhelming since lots of things were going on. From the start Kyla inherited a new personality which left much to be desired and despite all her big talk and suspicious nature I found her pretty gullible and ignorant at times and it was quite easy to make predictable conclusions on what was going to happen next. Ben didn't leave...more
sooo excittteeeeeddddd!!!!
Fan girling
Death by fan girling
Jul 21, 2012 Nathalie marked it as to-read
Can't wait for this, loved the first book!
(Source: I own a copy of this book.)
Kyla is confused about everything, and knows only that she needs answers.
Who was Kyla before she was slated? Why was she slated? And can she ever regain her memories?

This story did have some interesting moments, and did move the story onwards a bit, but overall I found it quite confusing and dull.

I have to say that I found it quite hard to remember where book 1 left off in this series, and even with a recap I still had troubles; from reading my review for book...more
Isabella Iversen
"Rain. It has some other uses, some other meaning, but it trickles and runs through my mind like rivulets down my body. It is gone."

Rating after my gut feeling, Fractured is an absolute 5! It is a couple of weeks since I actually read it, and I still can't stop thinking about it. The thing that enters my mind most often is the relationship between Kyla/Rain and Nico. Stockholm Syndrome anyone?
It reminds me a little of a P!nk song I really like, called I'm Not Dead. Not the entire song exactly, b...more
I wouldn't say this suffered from middle-book syndrome, but maybe it was middle-book-reader syndrome or something of the sort? I found the use of short, choppy sentences grated after a while, and am not sure whether that was actually different from the first one or whether I was so drawn in by the premise of that one that I didn't notice. It's also possible that this book was in a way, a victim of its own successful establishment of a "Trust Nobody" world. While it was central to the story that...more
This review was also posted on my blog,

I wasn't originally planning on reading this book; I'd read the first and not enjoyed it much, so I didn't see any reason to start this one. However, I came across it in the library, and as it was there, I thought 'why not?'. You can find my review of Slated here. (Also, don't read this review if you haven't read Slated, because there will be spoilers here.)

Unfortunately, this book was not an improvement on the last. I was j...more
Lalaine *myficbookreviews*
May 29, 2012 Lalaine *myficbookreviews* marked it as review-wishlist
oMGGG! cant wait for this! loving the title too! eeeep<3
How do you know where to go when you don't remember where you came from?

Kyla's memory has been erased,
her personality wiped blank,
her memories lost for ever.

Or so she thought.

Kyla shouldn't be able to remember anything. But she can - and she's beginning to realise 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, she thinks she's on her way to finding the truth. But the more she learns about her history, the more conf
Jessica (Jess Hearts Books)
I love when the second book in a trilogy is just as strong as the first book. I love it even more when the second book propels the series to a whole other level! Fractured jumps straight into the action and mystery of a slated Britain and whilst I loved Slated, I came to love Fractured even more which is such a rarity for a middle book.

My favourite thing about Fractured is that we get to find out a whole lot more about slating and why Kyla is different. Not only is all of this really cleverly ex...more
Torn between 3 and 4 stars.

I struggled to get through this. I felt like everything dragged on way too much but the ending was so shocking, I loved it. But I definitely enjoyed Slated more.
I have a love/hate relationship with almost all the characters in this book.
(view spoiler)...more
Rae, Bloody Brilliant Books
50 Books Challenge (38/50)
FRACTURED (sequel to Slated)

If I'm honest I only picked this book up because I wanted something quick to get into to pass the time I had to spend travelling. Having been pretty underwhelmed by the first book of the series Slated (Review here) I didn't really have much loyalty to the series' characters when beginning this one; I really only started it because I couldn't find a better book. I feel that I need to eat my words and previous expectations right now however...more
Shelley aka Gizmo's Reviews
*Genre* YA Dystopian
*Rating* 3.0

*My Thoughts*

"Never forget who you are!" Kyla's mysterious father

Fractured picks up right where Slated left off. Kyla's memories are slowly but surely coming back to her which is not supposed to happen to anyone who has been Slated. The fact that her Levo is failing to work as indicated, shows that Kyla is much different than any other Slated before her. Fractured also shows that the more stressful the situations, the more her memory block breaks down revealing mo...more
I think I may have peed my pants. That is how excited I am about this series. Seriously guys. I mean it. I have finished Fractured and forgot how excited I was about Divergent. No word of a lie, these two books have blown it out of the water. I mean high into the sky, tidal wave aftershock. Slated, Fractured. You are the bee knees. You are reading gold. You give me thrills that no other has quite reached. I think I want you babies.

This book is sexy in so many ways, it seduces me, pulls me close...more
In Fractured, Kyla/Rain/Lucy continues to slowly have memories trickle back into consciousness. It's interesting to learn of her past and how she came to be Slated. This book does take a bit longer to develop, I feel, but there's so much action and information packed into the last quarter that all is forgiven.

By the end, Kyla has recovered a large portion of her memories, including how she dissociated Rain and Lucy in her mind as well as why she was Slated. Each revelation packed its own punch,...more
Ashok Thadani
Brilliant, can't wait for the third book to come out!
Quite honestly, when I started reading "Slated" (book 1 of the series), it took me about 80 pages to decide not to give up and I read it through to the end,more out of curiosity than anyhting else. The beginning was so slow paced I was dead bored. But I did like Kyla, the main character and eventually decided to go on and read through he book.
But this review is about book 2: "Fractured".
In the beginning it's a bit frustrating because new chara...more
I thought Fractured, much like Slated, continued to be interesting with twist and turns and more revealed about Kyla's past. I enjoy these series of books because they are set in the UK, which is unusual for young adult books and they are set not too far in the distant future, so it is almost believable.

One of my biggest gripes about this book was in the character Katran. I really like this character - much like Kyla he is deep with hidden layers and much more likeable then Ben. I know Ben's pe...more
There is a lot of politics and psychology involved in this book, which made certain parts very confusing and complicated, but eventually (after rereading several times), the logic worked out. This book talks about manipulation, lies, and spies, which made everything thrilling and action packed. I loved guessing all the characters’ real motives and identities. I especially enjoyed the flashbacks, where Kyla regains small memories from her past. The ending was awesome and I cannot wait to finish t...more
Ellie Red
I loved so many parts in this book! Teri Terry is an insanely good author!
In Fractured you sense the change in Kyla, she's not anymore the little girl that didn't know what was happening to her, now she knows and you feel that in her narrative, the way she talks and notices things. That's talent, my friends. Some authors are unable to distinguish the voice of different narrators but Terri can do that with the same character. Imagine what she could do with different ones. Fractured as Slated is...more
A fantastic follow-on from where SLATED finished. I was pleased to see that the characters continue to develop and the story-line expands, throwing in even more twists and turns than you could believe possible. More and more of Kyla's past is revealed and the plot gets that little bit thicker.

Kyla is so torn between each memory of her past and why she has been Slated. She has to decide which path is the best one to take, which person to trust and who will betray. They are in no way easy decision...more
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Teri 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. Past careers have included scientist, lawyer, optometrist, and, in England, various jobs in schools, libraries and an audiobook charity. The footpaths and canal ways of the Buckinghamshire Chilterns where she now lives inspi...more
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“I almost gasp out loud when I realise: Who I am is what I choose to do. Just like Mum. Who she is, at her core, is made up of all the decisions she makes.” 1 likes
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