Silver Eyes by Nicole Luiken

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Angel had no memory
of the secret message,
but the writing was hers.
It read, "Violet eyes lie."
SILVER EYES
In a world where humans work on Mars and loyalty is controlled by a brain chip, eighteen-year-old Angel Eastland can't retrieve her memory. Violet-eyed from the effects of a genetic experiment, she is hired as an investigator by the SilverDollar Mining Company. When she captures an nineteen-year-old fugitive named Michael Vallant, Angel senses an intimate connection with him -- one that disturbs her, especially when they kiss.
Angel's chip and her silver-eyed boss, Anaximander, one of the Augmented, tell her that Mike is a threat and must go through Loyalty Induction. But more secret messages compel Angel to resist and to help Mike. As Spacer terrorists from Mars attack SilverDollar, Angel and Mike race to Þnd out who's really behind the unrest. Against an evil enemy who will kill to win, Angel has one chance to Þnd her memory -- and to save her life.
 

About Nicole Luiken

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Nicole Luiken grew up on a farm in northern Alberta--way, way North. She wrote her first book at age thirteen and was published while in high school. The author of eight YA novels, she has recently branched out into fantasy romance. She lives in Edmonton with her husband and three children. It is physically impossible for her to go more than three days in a row without writing.
 
Published June 15, 2002 by Simon Pulse. 272 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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