Last budgeted hairstyle of the year!
Oichi is out for revenge, but then she finds herself mixed up in a much bigger plot than she could ever imagine. Great characters, beautiful scenery, and I enjoyed the references sprinkled throughout. Think Battlestar Galactica meets The Matrix. A little confusing at times but definitely worth the read. 4/5
Here‘s the rest of my #BookOutlet order! Ninth City Burning and Grist Mill Road are gifts, but the rest are mine 😈 Can‘t decide which to read first!
Anything in here stand out to you? Seems like I haven‘t heard much about any of these even though they‘ve been on my radar for a long time.
Oichi is an awesome heroine. A member of the serving class, a worm, she‘s also the last hope of a few rebels. Humanity‘s in trouble and someone with a database of music and secrets installed in her head has to save it by via wearing the Medusa interface and assassinating the enemy. A rich and complex sci-fi tale from Devenport.
I really enjoyed the premise of this book—basically, humanity is loaded into two huge ships. Life is run by hereditary classes, and the heroine is a servant, who scrambles around tunnels and serves the ruling families. But—big but—she‘s way more than that. She has the earth‘s great music loaded into her brain. And she‘s a rebel par excellence. A couple of times I got confused by politics but overall, a great read. No romance. #scifi #spaceopera
So excited for my new Page Habit box! The May SciFi pick was Medusa Uploaded and came with this nifty pull light, tesla bookmark, harry potter key ring, a letter from the author, and an intriguing short story. :D