The Retribution of Mara Dyer by Michelle Hodkin

The Retribution of Mara Dyer

byMichelle Hodkin

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It had to end sometime, but Mara had no idea it would end like this. Experience the mind-blowing conclusion to the New York Times bestselling Mara Dyer trilogy.

Mara Dyer wants to believe there's more to the lies she’s been told.
There is.

She doesn’t stop to think about where her quest for the truth might lead.
She should.

She never had to imagine how far she would go for vengeance.
She will now.

Loyalties are betrayed, guilt and innocence tangle, and fate and chance collide in this shocking conclusion to Mara Dyer’s story.
Retribution has arrived.

About The Author

Michelle Hodkin is an American YA author. She grew up in South Florida, went to college in New York, and attended law school in Michigan. The Unbecoming of Mara Dyer was her first novel, and the initial book in The Mara Dyer Trilogy. The subsequent volumes in the series are; The Evolution of Mara Dyer and The Retribution of Mara Dyer.
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Title:The Retribution of Mara DyerFormat:HardcoverDimensions:480 pages, 8.25 × 5.5 × 1.6 inPublished:November 4, 2014Publisher:Simon & Schuster Books for Young ReadersLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1442484233

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The Retribution of Mara Dyer 1 THE EXAMINATION OF MARA DYER was taken on [redacted] at the Horizons Residential Treatment Center for Behavioral Health. 31821 No Name Island, Florida. Video transcript time: 2:13 p.m. Examination by: Dr. Deborah Kells Also present: Mr. [redacted] KELLS: Hello, Mara. My name is Deborah Kells, and this is Mr. ____. We’re here because your family says that you have agreed to residential treatment at the Horizons Residential Treatment Center for Behavioral Health on No Name Island, Florida, just off No Name Key. Is that correct? [Silence] KELLS: How much Amytal did you give her? MR. ____: Forty ccs. KELLS: Anemosyne? MR. ____: One hundred micrograms. KELLS: And the midazolam? MR. ____: Fifty milligrams. Same as the others. She won’t remember any of this. KELLS: God, she’s like a zombie. Mara, Mara—are you awake? Do you understand me? MARA: . . . Yes. KELLS: Great. Thank you. Is it correct that you agreed to being treated here? MARA: Yes. KELLS: Thank you. Now, if at anytime you don’t understand what I’m asking you, just let me know and I’ll try to make it clearer, okay? MARA: Okay. KELLS: Now, you’ll notice that there’s a video camera in the room here with us. We want to record this just so we have a record. Is that okay with you? MARA: Yes. KELLS: Excellent. Okay, Mara. Let’s start with the basics. What is your full name? MARA: Mara Amitra Dyer. KELLS: And how old are you? MARA: Seventeen. KELLS: Where were you born? MARA: Laurelton. KELLS: Where is that? MARA: Outside Providence. KELLS: Rhode Island? MARA: Yes. KELLS: Thank you. Can you tell me a little about why you’re here? [Silence] KELLS: She’s struggling with the open-ended questions. Can we counteract the Anemosyne? MR. ____: She might not be as cooperative. KELLS: Well, she’s not exactly cooperative now, is she? MR. ____: I’ll have to do it intravenously— KELLS: Obviously. Just— MARA: I hurt people. MR. ____: Do you still want me to adjust— KELLS: No, let’s see where she goes. Mara, who did you hurt? MARA: My teacher. KELLS: What was her name? MARA: Morales. MR. ____: Her file says that her teacher, Christina Morales, died of anaphylactic shock in reaction to fire ant bites on [date redacted]. KELLS: Let me see. MARA: Also a . . . a man. He hurt a dog. I—I— KELLS: It’s okay. Take your time. Just tell us what you remember. MARA: Rachel. MR. ____: Rachel Watson, deceased, died Wednesday [date redacted] in Laurelton. Remains discovered at six a.m. with those of— MARA: Claire. MR. ____: Claire Lowe, yes, as well as her brother, Jude Lowe— Mara: Noah. MR. ____: Noah Shaw? I don’t— KELLS: Quiet. MR. ____: Sorry—whoa. Did you see that? She just— KELLS: What else is she on? MR. ____: The hundred milligrams of Zyprexa, as prescribed prior to intake. It shouldn’t interfere. MARA: [speech unclear] KELLS: What did she say? MR. ____: I don’t know. Jesus, look— KELLS: Is she on anything else? MR. ____: I don’t— KELLS: Is she on anything else? MR. ____: No. No. KELLS: Does she have a history of epilepsy? MR. ____: I don’t think so. KELLS: Well, do you think or do you know? MR. ____: No— Jesus Christ. Is that a seizure? Is she seizing? KELLS: Turn off the camera. MARA: [speech unclear] KELLS: What did you say, Mara? MR. ____: I’m going to call— KELLS: Don’t call anyone. Turn off the camera. What, Mara? MARA: [speech unclear] MR. ____: Did she just say our names? Did she just say— KELLS: TURN OFF THE CAMERA. MR. ____: Oh, God— [End video examination, 2:21 p.m.]