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Thursday, February 16, 2012
Dark Eden by Patrick Carman
Will Besting has a secret terror. He's been in therapy for a few years, but he has yet to tell his therapist what it is. He doesn't quite trust her. Will has even gone so far as to "steal" audio sessions not only of his, but of other patients as well. He doesn't think he has a problem with his fear, but his parents nor Dr. Stevens, his counselor agree.
So when Dr. Stevens offers Will the chance to completely eradicate his fear at a compound called Fort Eden, Will still isn't on board. The only person he slightly trusts is his younger brother, Keith. They're as different as brothers could be - Keith, the athlete; Will the techno-geek. It's when Keith announces, "you're going," that Will knows Dark Eden can't be avoided.
Along with six other teens, Will starts his journey toward recovery with one exception. While the others tentatively step into Fort Eden, Will dodges the group and decides he won't be a part of it. He finds himself on the inside, hiding the basement, and more surprisingly, he finds the monitors. It's from there that he watches and see what happens to the other six, including the procedure for the cure they endure. Will knows it's only a matter of time until he goes through the procedure as well...but can he endure it or not?