Ten years ago, a human brain was created and installed into the control centre of a city. To most people, it is a non-living entity operating in the background of their lives. Only a girl named Myth knows better: the brain’s name is Dragon and he is very much alive. And after ten bodiless years, Dragon has a dream that will change everything and will put his mind and Myth’s life in mortal danger. There are powerful forces that don’t want the truth revealed and they’re coming for Dragon. But where do you run to when you’re already everywhere?
“This book’s content was immediately engaging and sucked me in. The dialogue was snappy, sharp, and was just awesome to jump into. The relationship between Dragon and Myth induces laughter but is also deep.”
“This book was really different from anything else I’ve read. Never have I read about a book where a human brain was a main character. There was no denying the originality.”
How do you stop a war you started? And should you, if humanity’s safety and wellbeing depend on winning at all costs? These are the thoughts that plague Myth as she paces the fortress where she is a prisoner. Meanwhile, Dragon is in hiding, hunted by the albino assassin and the city’s very systems that he once ran. As his backup reserves are depleted and the clock ticks down to the launch of a global virus, Myth must escape to save Dragon and together stop the war that they launched. But time is running out and the albino is watching.
Author note: I have a macabre fascination with bodiless beings (ghosts usually, but in this case, a bodiless brain). In addition, the series revolves around the question, “what makes us human?” which is one I love to puzzle over. The SciFi aspect allowed me to take that question a little further: if you don’t have a body, are you still human?