A poor girl from a poor town, Rosie Sinclair, gets accepted to the Forge School of the Arts to help her dream of filmmaking grow. But the school works as a reality show where it is your blip rank that matters, and the students lives are televised every waking moment, for 12 hours, the other 12 hours it is on repeat and the students are supposed to be in a drug induced sleep used to increase creativity. But Rosie like her nights to much, but will they be her downfall when she sees things she shouldn't see, a whole world hidden from the real world, a dream world.
This was a awesome book, so full of action, a little romance, and a whole lot of hold your breath suspense. The characters are likable, believable, and interact with each other well. But the best is Rosie, Linus, and Burnham, and how they all work toward the truth of the Forge School if there is actually anything to find. I suppose the one question is will we see Rosie and her friends again in more books? I think this book puts Caragh O'Brien's blip rank at a 1.