By Robin Wasserman
Now in paperback, the second one booklet within the lifelike sci-fi trilogy Scott Westerfeld calls "spellbinding".
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But the small black cube was still in my pocket. Just for emergencies, I told myself. Like I always told myself. “You’re just endless amounts of fun,”she complained. “Feel free to go bother someone else. ” There was a pause. “Just get your ass down here,”she said. ” “Seriously. ” • • • Like Quinn said, swimming wasn’t exactly the only reason, or even the main reason, to trek across the grounds to the neomod steel-and-glass erector set that housed the pool. Nor was it the only reason I stayed away.
I shrugged. He thought he knew everything. Let him. “Stay,” Jude said. “This is going to get ugly, fast. ” “You be ready. ” Jude ran a hand through his shock of dark hair. “Why can’t you just—” “Let her go,” Riley said. He still wouldn’t look at me. “She shouldn’t be alone,” Jude said in a low voice. “Let her go,” Riley said again. I went. Alone was easier said than done. ” I shouted. The knocking stopped. But then the door eased open, enough for me to glimpse a patch of blue-black hair through the crack.
Org-made. ” I crumbled the flower to dust. “But it’s not natural. ” I paused again, this time to let them see it for themselves, the clouds thick with microscopic toxin scrubbers and ozone patchers, the grass designed to suck moisture out of even the driest desert air and stand tall against frost and drought, buzzing and rippling with new populations of genetically modified bumblebees and squirrels. Let the mechs who were still missing Mommy and Daddy flash on Mommy’s lineless lift-tucked face or Daddy’s anabolically enhanced biceps and the roid martinis that shot his testosterone through the roof.
Crashed (Skinned, Book 2) by Robin Wasserman