Publisher: Yuri Hamaganov
Publishing Date: February 2017
Genre: SciFi / YA
Publishers Description: In the year 2086, Earth is exhausted. The seas have been emptied, the bedrock and soil stripped of their resources, and the superheated atmosphere churns with terrible storms. Those who can afford to do so live in the limbo of virtual reality, and the billions who suffer in poverty have no work, no clean water, and no security from the chaos.
Review: Olga is super smart, super hot, super athletic and soon to be super rich. She is so fine that she nearly blew my mind (hey Mickey) and all this at the age of 10. An advanced human trained from an early age to run a manufacturing plant in Earth orbit, Olga is everything that you want to be but couldn’t because you suck comparatively. At the ripe old age of 10, Olga has the body of a young 20-something as they grow em fast in space.
So why do I like this novel so much? Refreshing SciFi, like a spring breeze blowing across your body while drinking in the scents of life. Yeah, like that. And dammit, I liked Olga. She was made speshul but those were just circumstances out of her control and behaves accordingly. She has no feeling for her birth family but loves the cyborg that raised her in space.
I had a good time reading this and wouldn’t hesitate to catch the next in series. Because you just can’t end a novel like that.