Join Tara, Matt, and Age on the journey of a lifetime!
Fourteen-year-old Matt wakes up in a hospital with no recollection of his past. When he meets his parents and twin sister Tara, he learns a shocking revelation: he was kidnapped at birth, and they had not seen him since that day. Soon after, he gains a single memory of another hostage, his friend Age. With Tara’s help, Matt tries to recover his memories to stop the criminal group and save his best friend. But Matt’s not the only one dealing with a waking nightmare. Tara has severe OCD and struggles daily just to function.
Age is looking for every opportunity to escape and return to his parents, and hopefully, the girl he sacrificed everything for, even his freedom. If that’s not daunting enough, his kidnappers start to speak of their final plan coming together. Even if Age gets out, he can’t let the remaining hostages be left for whatever nefarious purposes are laid out for them.
Will Matt and Tara uncover the secrets of the captors against the clock while dealing with Tara’s OCD spike? Can Age manage to slip away and alert the authorities before it’s too late, or are they doomed to live in the dark forever?
I woke up with a feeling of fear. I didn’t recognize my surroundings—ghost white walls, a green chair with an ugly polka dot print, and dull lights blinking above me. There was a woman, a stranger, in the room on a computer. “Where am I?” Then it dawned on me that I didn’t know anything about myself. “Who am I?” She peered at me. “You have amnesia?” Amnesia. The definition of the word flashed in my head: loss of memory.
Author Bio: Sarah Gracia always had OCD and ASD, but was diagnosed with the former when she was nine and the latter when she was eighteen. If that isn’t enough, she was diagnosed with depression when she was nineteen.
She daydreamed the events of Prisoners of War her high school freshman year while suffering the six-month panic attack Tara goes through in the book and finished writing the novel right before the start of her high school junior year.
Sarah decided to publish the Prisoners of War trilogy under her real name to let people know that no one should be ashamed for having OCD.
Currently, she is attending college to (keyword: attempting to!!) earn a bachelor’s degree in Psychology and plans to become an OCD researcher to cure it once and for all, despite everyone telling her it can’t be done. When Sarah isn’t writing books or studying, she can be found cuddling with her Cavalier King Charles Spaniel, Rosa McLean Gracia.
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