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The entire country was watching when Rosie Sinclair was expelled from Forge, the prestigious arts school that doubles as a reality TV show. But few know how Dean Berg was mining students' dreams in laboratories deep below the school. And no one, least of all the dean himself, knows that when Rosie's dreams were seeded into the mind of another patient, Rosie's consciousness woke up in that body - a girl far from Forge, a girl with a completely different life from Rosie, a girl who is pregnant.

Told from alternating points of view between Rosie as she makes sense of her new identity and the shattered subconscious that still exists in her old body, The Rule of Mirrors will keep listeners on the edges of their seats and leave them hungry for more.

©2016 Caragh M. O’Brien (P)2016 Tantor

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"[T]here's plenty of intrigue and - as the whole dream operation is explored - a solid sense of building tension." (Kirkus)

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Can't wait for the third book!

This was so action packed. I was always on the edge of my seat! Ending was bittersweet.

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Thank Heavens the last book comes in 3 days

I found this series after searching for books similar to the Hunger games. In my opinion this is even better. It made me actually loose my breath several times, I also think I made a record saying “Say again ?” to people because I was so deeply involved in the series. Some binge Netflix, I binged these two books like a kitten. I look forward to the next one, but I know I will have a book-hangover once it is done. It’s thrilling in a horrible way because with all of the research being done and our obsession with reality tv I kept thinking it could happen in some form in the future. May it never be so.