Sarah wants a revolution.
Her twenties have been wasted in a psychedelic haze. Now she wants to be sober, avoid temptation, so joins a clinical trial to be sequestered away from the world.
Paranoia flows. Weird experiments are carried out on their waking and sleeping bodies.
They realize the trial is changing them. Programming them. Installing false memories and removing emotions. If they don't do something before their tenure ends, they might not be human when they leave.
A twist of the mind and computers in a future world of strict government control.
A small groups seeks to break away using the very tools imposed upon them by those in charge.
It is a good SciFi read. However, if you don't like reading profanity, then you probably should skip this book.
A suspenseful sci-fi thriller about a small group of young adults subject to a medical experiment. The prologue was promising, but then Chapter One seemed a bit slow and preachy -- I was wondering where the story was headed. But then the story began to be revealed, with thrills and plot twists every couple of chapters.
Although I suppose it is possible the author might produce a sequel, this is a self-contained book with a proper conclusion. (Much better than one of those many teasers for a long expensive series.)
I highly recommend this book.