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Saturn Apartments, Vol. 1 by Hisae Iwaoka
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Feb 02, 2012

it was ok
bookshelves: 2012, scifi, dystopias, manga
Read on February 02, 2012

Mitsu graduates school and begins working as a window cleaner on the outside of the ring surrounding earth where everyone lives now. There are three levels, the top being the most wealthy and living the best lives, the lowest being the bottom of the barrel where people frequently suffer from not getting any natural sunlight. Mitsu is following in his father's footsteps. His dad disappeared on the job one day and now most everyone is trying to help Mitsu succeed.

Clearly this is a dystopia and I am very curious as to whether the story will go deeper into the dystopia or keep following Mitsu as he learns more about his father and those around him. If it follows the dystopia, I am kind of over it. If we follow Mitsu and he doesn't get involved in the government, I could be into it. I am sick of dystopia's.

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