Through the lens of Frankenstein, Destroyer unmakes the original Frankenstein mythos and reevaluates it in a way that makes creation stem less from individual hubris and something more akin to desperation.
How viable is it, really, to colonize other planets? And how viable is the notion that there will be those who are worthy and those who are not to carry on our species across the stars while the rest of us are left here to dwindle? Especially when those who would be making these choices would inevitably choose themselves, and the people like them?
A good series is the fine wine of the book world. With each new entry, it ages boldly, elates the spirit, makes you crave more and more until you’re drunk on the quality of what you’ve read.
Somehow, sneaking back into prison is always harder than sneaking out of it. The reasonable part of me knows it’s because everyone’s asleep when I
From rouge mercs, to mad scientists, space is far from a peaceful final frontier for Sophia and Nerd. We follow them through daring escapes, intergalactic plagues, and tumultuous pasts that seek to catch up with them at every turn.