Goddess in the Machine

Lora Beth Johnson
Bound for humanity's new colony planet, seventeen-year-old Andra wakes up from a cryogenic sleep 1,000 years later than scheduled, forcing her to navigate an unfamiliar planet where technology is considered magic and its practitioners revered as deities.

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Reviewed: 2020-09-15

*screeches* I just... I just... This book was amazing!!! I was excited from the moment I discovered it, but this exceeded all expectations! The idea of deus ex machina (AKA God in the Machine) as a storytelling device has fascinated me for a while, and seeing a book with a title playing on that was exciting. Also, I loved Andra, so much. There was a moment I was kinda waiting for the whole book, and when it finally happened it was so awesome. I can not get over how many amazing twists and turns were in this book that I did not see coming (which is a big deal, because I can predict most twists). I was not the biggest fan of Zhade, especially after some of his actions in this book, but I will give him book two to make up for it.

Also, I need book two ASAP!!!! It probably won't be out until next summer, but I want it in my hands immediately! *grabby hands*

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