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In a post climate catastrophe world, people in the big cities pay for luxuries with their Productivity Points. If you fall through the cracks and become one of the Pointless, you end up in a parallel society that follows its own cruel rules. When thief Robyn steals the priceless violin of prodigy Akira Sato, she sets a series of events in motion which will change both girl ...more
Kindle Edition, 191 pages
Published February 1st 2020
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While it took a chapter or two for me to really get "into" the story, once I had a feel for Prodigy's style and pacing, I enjoyed it all the way up to the satisfying and joyful conclusion. Poulet writes with vivid simplicity, and has done an excellent job of creating a post-apocalyptic world that is both grim and very believable.
The story is told primarily from the point of view of two teen-aged girls—Robyn, an orphaned thief, and Akira, a musical prodigy. There are brief periods in a couple of
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Authors & Reviewers: New Author with dystopian Sci Fi Debut 2 15 Feb 11, 2020 08:55AM  
I wrote my first story when I was eight and I never stopped afterwards. After obtaining a degree in science, I earn my money in a lab. In my free time, I play several instruments, sing, dance, rock-climb and do aerial.
I was born in Germany and also currently live there, but since I lived in Scotland to obtain my Master's degree, part of my heart still resides between Arthur's Seat and Portobello

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