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D.A. by Connie Willis
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Aug 07, 09

bookshelves: young-adult, science-fiction, school, military, boarding-school
Read in August, 2009

Really good blend of modern science fiction (Japanese-inspired elements, messaging, hacking) with classic (space cadet academy.. in space!). The female main characters are just a bonus.

The largest (and perhaps only) problem with this book is that it's not a novel. It's not a novella either, and I wonder if it's even a novelette. It's darned short. And while it does have a conclusion, it's much more of a 'first section of a larger novel' sort of conclusion.

It's somewhat like someone told Connie Willis to write a tween book and she didn't know how to handle the length of it.

I wish there was more. Is there more? I want to read it if there's more.
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