Author(s): Charlie Archbold
When Scarlet Bergen leaves the comforting familiarity of her home, Facility 614, to start her training at the imposing Arcadia Institute, she has all the normal worries: whether she will make friends, what life will look like, and whether she will pass the rigorous training to become a valued member of Galbraith society. But Scarlet has a secret: her mother went missing many years ago, and she’s determined to find her. With the help of Rumi, her headstrong and frankly odd neighbour, and Dylan, the handsome but aloof student who reads her intuitively, maybe she’ll be able to uncover the dark secrets of her family’s past. But the three of them will also find out there’s very little the Galbraith Executives will stop at to get what they want. In the vein of the popular Divergent series, Indigo Owl is fastpaced young adult dystopian fiction at its best.