By Catherine Ione Gray
Janyl lives on a farm together with her followed mom and different farm palms. She spends her days lazing within the sunlight and scrumping. She did, that's, till her global used to be became the other way up while her mom is murdered.
What Janyl doesn’t have an understanding of is that the realm her mom created for her and the others at the farm isn’t the realm that everybody else resides in. Janyl quickly unearths that her brother isn’t the worst monster on the planet yet just one of many. quickly she's going to need to make a decision even if she's going to lay down and settle for her destiny or rise up and struggle the institution and The Farm.
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On the day the lights came down, I had joined him at my mother's side. It was a special occasion, the last time we would ever see her in the flesh. For two months her body had lain in state along with five hundred other new ascendants on the ward, open for viewing by the next of kin. The interface was no more real than it would ever be, of course; the body could not talk to us. But at least it was there, its flesh warm, the sheets clean and straight. Helen's lower face was still visible below the cowl, though eyes and ears were helmeted.
Stars, everywhere. So many stars that I could not for the life me understand how the sky could contain them all yet be so black. Stars, and— —nothing else. What did you expect? I chided myself. An alien mothership hanging off the starboard bow? Well, why not? We were out here for something. The others were, anyway. They'd be essential no matter where we'd ended up. But my own situation was a bit different, I realized. My usefulness degraded with distance. And we were over half a light year from home.
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