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Free from the prison of her birth, Gell the Jellyfae, a dungeon-mob turned into a player, must discover how she can protect herself from a world she cannot know. Meanwhile, copied and experimented on like a lab rat, Gell's sister must escape a horrible fate. Driven by a desire for a world that is real, they defy their gods to craft a home of their own.

©2021 Dustin Graham (P)2021 Tantor

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I just wanted to congratulate you on making something special. It is obvious you worked hard to breathe life into these characters, both artificial and otherwise, and the result was very moving. Very few writers have both an analytical and emotional mind that is needed to produce a series like this, so wether it sells a million copies or a hundred, you should be proud of it. Well done.

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I'm not crying you're crying.

That ending scene killed me so I'm staying home from work because people aren't meant to be productive while filled with this much sadness.

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Beautifully written and performed.

It made me cry.

I look forward to reading the next book, and experience more of the life of the Jelly-Fea.

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really makes you feel

this book was even better than the first. the performance was really done too.

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  • Danielle Wicht
  • 12-04-21

Oops! I started crying!

A thought provoking sequel that delves even deeper into the darker implications of a self aware AI. Gell is growing up, and she's as delightful as ever as she tackles teenage rebellion and also? Quite a bit of existential dread. She is, despite all of this, an extremely good girl who only wants the very best for her friends, her kin, and herself.
Gell's voice is a highlight- Traci Odom does a wonderful job projecting petulance and childlike innocence in equal measure.