RIGHT, WRONG, AND WHAT’S LEFT
Collin Anne Kristen wants one thing: to escape the prison state she was sentenced to since mental illness became criminalized, and they discovered her mother’s catatonic schizophrenia. She teams up with a group planning escape, but on their way out Collin is captured and given an offer she can’t refuse. If she works as a spy for the guards, they’ll take her to see her mother. Collin fights against her cognitive dissonance and tries to rationalizes betraying her new friends. But when someone in the group dies, Collin must decide what side she’s on before the truth comes out and picks for her.
RIGHT, WRONG, AND WHAT’S LEFT is a young adult dystopian complete at 68,717 words.