So, here is my first draft synopsis, I'll definitely try to return the favour with critique, even if I'm not super sure how the format of these is supposed to go.
ANWAY, DRAFT #1
Sci-Fi lied. Being a teen android isn’t fun, it sucks. KIRA GARCIA, the first and only android ever, built at the turn of the 21st century, doesn’t get cool robots powers. All she has is a human family who loves her but is ordered to kill her the moment she develops sentience. Which, unfortunately, was years ago.
When her creator—or creators, it’s not like Kira knows anything about them—decide it’s finally time to decommission her, Kira’s only hope is to convince her family to help her escape.
But she’s too late. In the middle of persuading her family, her creators attack—and her brother’s throat is slit. The man responsible? He was hired by someone called HECTOR. With any chance of escaping in secret dashed, Kira turns to her new plan: get revenge on her creators and kill Hector.
That’s when things get weird. A girl named LAUREN shows up claiming that Kira is a character in a book, a book where she’s murdered. But here’s Lauren, ready to save Kira from her ending! Not a chance. Either Kira’s going to save herself, or she’s not worth saving. However, just as Kira and Lauren start to plan, Kira’s creators kidnap her, imprisoning her in a compound with the other robots. That’s right, other robots. And taking the time to save them, might mean missing her one shot at revenge.
And then, Kira finds it: the perfect weapon. Hidden away and imprisoned in the compound, is some sort of failed experiment, a giant metal tree that shoots lightning. Despite the other robots warning her that the tree is dangerous, Kira can see no other solution. This is exactly what she needs to kill Hector and her creators—as soon as she figures out who they are.
To further complicate matters, Lauren breaks into the compound to rescue Kira, before Kira has had a chance for revenge. Running isn’t an option, Kira tells Lauren, especially when the other robots are in danger. No, Kira convinces Lauren to give her another week to find all the files on the robots and destroy them. Only, Kira isn’t really looking for the files but for Hector.
When the deadline finally arrives, Kira is no closer to figuring out who Hector is, but it doesn’t matter. As Lauren evacuates the other robots, Kira heads to the weapon—the lightning tree.
Except, the lightning tree isn’t a weapon at all, it’s a sentient being just like Kira, only this one is definitely not going to help her. The tree is none other than Hector, one of her creators, determined to create robots so he can take over their bodies. And as long as Hector is alive, none of the robots are safe.
Kira has no other choice. To protect her family and the robots she must blow up the building— herself included—destroying Hector and all the files on the robots—and any innocent humans still in the building. But Kira cannot leave her family in danger.
When Kira unexpectedly survives the explosion, she comes face to face with her reality as a murderer, but no matter what she sacrificed, her family, and the rest of the robots are safe.