Yes, the dime novels are cheap. As in you have to pay. As in not free. But no reason to panic: You can download the first 50% as free sample, no need to reach for your virtual wallet yet.
A cheerful one. Two young people save the world against the odds, under the more or less wise guidance of an old zoo lioness and young siamese cat. Pretty traditional plot with cis people, aliens and cats. Could be considered young adult fare, and according to the beta audience, you’ll laugh out lout on more than one occasion.
Guilty until Proven
Bragging is so tut-ugh-tut-tut. But this story is cool. You absolutely need to dive into this best possible of all imminent futures. World much improved, many bad old ways gone. Heroes ready made for proud identification, happily frolicking around all that progress. Doesn’t sound like Troim? Well, there’s a grain of salt. Especially for OECD natives. But, honestly, who cares about this particular minority?
And now to something completely different from the Plugger stuff: No aliens. More near abroad than far out types of alienation. Perfectly ordinary people performing perfectly banal duties in perfectly mainstream occupations in perfectly ordinary places.
This trilogy was the fiction writing proof of concept and it shows. Brace yourself for seriously bad writing around a cute plot.
A bit of physics and astronomy. Neurology and psychology. A sprinkling of computer science. Mention of politics kept as short as feasible under the circumstances.
There is some action, involving next to no violence. There are lots of heroes and few villains. No aliens, not really, but it’s mostly about them anyway. Brace yourself for some romance. Odd excursion into existential philosophy kept as short as possible. Same for blasphemy.