In The Doubt Factory by Paolo Bacigalupi, Alix Banks lives the fine life of an upper class girl. She does everything that is expected of her: goes to a nice private school, has an SAT tutor, and gets all of her homework done. But none of that matters when a strangers tells her that her father works for multiple corporations that are letting innocent people die. Alix finds herself wondering who to believe. Her own father or a ragtag team of teen activists.
Written almost poetically, The Doubt Factory has great twists and turns that will keep you guessing. The character Alix is a true individual doing what she thinks is right. It is an extraordinary adventure that will grab you and force you to turn the pages.