You have to help me. We're not being reformed, we're being brainwashed Drew, you have to tell Mum and Tony to get me out of here.
It's my turn for the treatment next and I'm scared Please Please help. Seventeen-year-old Drew Finch is a loner. She'd rather read books than go to a party, she's never felt close to her family and the only way she can express herself is through a number of different internet avatars or personalities that she has created She doesn't trust anyone or let people get too close because she thinks they will leave her, like her dad did suddenly when she was seven. One day, when Drew is waking home from school she is pulled into an alley by a scared looking woman. The woman tells Drew that her name is Dr Cobey and she has something from Drew's brother, Mason, who was sent to 'The Resedential Reform Academy' two months ago. She thrusts a letter into Drew's hand and says she has to go. Now Drew is on a mission to infiltrate the school and uncover its deepest secrets.
About the Author
C.L. Taylor lives in Bristol with her partner and son. She started writing fiction in 2005 and her short stories have won several awards and have been published by a variety of literary and women’s magazines. C.L. Taylor was voted as one of the Bestselling Adult Fiction Debut Authors of 2014 in The Bookseller.
`A truly heart-pounding page turner for young adults, with a brilliant climax.' New! magazine
`This gripping book will keep you hooked, whatever your age.'
`Suspense, suspicion and sinister secrets abound in this accomplished YA debut.' Lovereading.co.uk
`Creepy, chilling and thrilling - The Treatment will keep you on the edge of your seat until the very last sentence.' Tamsyn Murray, author of Instructions for a Second-Hand Heart.
`A gripping look into a nightmare future.' Caroline Green author of Dark Ride