A complex tale of conspiracy, brainwashing, medical technology only imaginable in science fiction (and yet, perhaps not too far off), an unsavory medical research company… and the young woman dedicated to burning that place to the ground.
Carrow is a young, ambitious, highly intelligent, and extremely scrupulous… thief. After finishing college early, instead of going out and getting a real job, she uses her wide range of talents to become a thief – for causes she believes in. But her ultimate purpose is to bring down a medical research company engaged in unethical, under-the-table experiments.
In the process of bringing them down, Carrow gets tied up with some members of a CIA test program and a by-the-book private investigator helping build a case against the same medical research company, not to mention the shady, unsavory mastermind behind the company’s shady, unsavory research projects.
In between the law and an ethical grey area, it’s a story about settling up, fucking up, and settling down.
(Title is definitely going to change.)
Calling all nitpickers, bookworms, logic lovers,
and EVERYONE in between!
I’m looking for beta readers! If the book sounds interesting to you, contact me on the blog form or by email at constantwriter [at] jessicalave [dot] com. Whether you want to read the whole thing or just dip into a chapter or two, I’d love to know what you think of it!
I’ll be posting some excerpts later on as I revise, so you can wait for those to get a feel for it, but if you’re ready to jump in now, here are a few details about what might draw you to the book, and if you are so drawn to it, what type of feedback I’m looking for from you.
As a beta reader for this book, you should probably:
- Like contemporary sci-fi/thriller/new adult books and are somewhat familiar with how the genres work (in books or movies, though books would be especially helpful!)
- LOVE strong female protagonists!
- No probably, you must be able clearly articulate your thoughts on what you liked and didn’t like and what parts of the story you think need work. (Otherwise, it won’t get any better!)
As far as what I’m looking for, I’d appreciate any additional feedback you can give me on:
- timeline issues (this is probably going to be a big one)
- whether the story (especially scientific/medical parts) is logical/believable
- plot development/plot holes
- character development
- multiple perspectives
- BONUS: the chapter titles (just because I put so much thought into them :)
Thank you in advance! I look forward to hearing from you!
Contact me via email using the address below
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