Connor began his second life at the age of fifteen. He started it with a thirty-mile-an-hour brain. Connor's first life ended when a virus in his brain stripped him of almost everything - his memory, language and a sense of time. Now Connor lives in a permanent present that he doesn't understand. The 'new' Connor doesn't recognise or remember his parents, his brother, his friends - or his girlfriend Hattie. New-Connor can't remember the old Connor, but there are people who can. People who have reasons to keep him quiet - or to hurt him. Because old-Connor had a dark past.
Mysterious and intriguing, this book is an extraordinary read for teenage readers who want a story with a mystery to solve and lots of twists and turns to keep them guessing. Written by Malcolm Rose, the successful author of The Outer Reaches series, this book is both gripping and thought-provoking, asking poignant questions about the life of a teenage amnesiac.