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The future has amazing technology. Our alien allies have magic. Together, we are building a training system to teach the best of humanity to go to the stars. But the training is monumentally expensive. Stephanie Morgana is a genius, she just doesn't know it. The artificial intelligence that runs the virtual world is charged with testing Stephanie, a task it has never performed before. Will Stephanie pass the test and be moved to the advanced preparatory schools, or will the system miss her? Will the AI be able to judge a human's potential in an area where it has no existing test data to compare?

©2019 Dreamscape Media, LLC (P)2019 Dreamscape Media, LLC

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It was okay but would not reread

The plot is interesting and unique. Main character is likable when not monologing about social class. The author spends the first 20ish chapters jackhammering the main issue of social classes onto the reader. Characters seem unrealistic in some cases, mostly with the mc behaving out of character from what she would normally do. Fight scenes are confusing and not very exciting. Can't fault this really but most everything is explained away with "magic, hacking, science " and nothing is ever really explained. all in all, if you have a spare credit and like si-fi and fantacy, I'd give it a read.

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  • Jason Brown
  • 2020-01-22

"little man can't get ahead" gets ahead

after 2 and a half hours I am returning this book the world building and narration is very well done but the author is really pushing class warfare from the start of the book. the rich boy is a ugly skinny jerk who gets everything handed to him and can be as mean as he likes and still get into the school the poor, pretty, in shape girl who is oh by the way a genius will grovel in poverty cleaning rich peoples toilets just to not starve while they did nothing to earn their wealth. do you think she will stay that way though? nope she gets ahead on her own merits just like 80% of every adult rich person on the planet. I understand this is a teen book and written from the prospective of a teenager but it is also written for teenagers and I really don't like the idea that they will read this book and think magic is their only way out of poverty (meaning no way) all in all if the rich people hate was toned down maybe a little bit this would have been worth reading but as it stands...pass.

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  • Michael Russell
  • 2020-09-05

wast of a credit

The story would have been great if it wasn't for the 19 hour SJW Socialist rant....wast of credits

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  • Anonymous User
  • 2019-12-15

Too Much Political pushing

Far to much pushing of political. The author push it every chance he gets. Its fine if its not throw in your face but this book does it way too much.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 2020-09-25

Class Warfare Propaganda w/ a Mary Sue Protaganist

The author takes every, and I do mean EVERY, opportunity to instigate class warfare. Let's take a step back from the propagandistic viewpoint for a second. The main character is the textbook definition of a Mary Sue. - Perfect photographic memory? Check. - Ability to do trigonometry in her head instantly? Check. - Inexplicable ability to master a magic system by making up a chant on the spot? Check. - Apparently so perfect in her intelligence and political views that she impresses an all powerful AI? Check. I enjoy a good power trip from time to time. The exploits of Rex in Galaxy's Edge, the alumancers of Mistborn, Shiver from Chaos Seed. I can actually envision a story where this might actually work. Have the main character who complains about silver spoon wielding trust fund babies realize she is just as, if not moreso, "privileged" because of her inexplicable abilities that she did nothing to earn. But imstead, she keeps right on firing that trebuchet out of her glass house with every syllable.

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  • shannon
  • 2020-04-20

Zero stars!

This book needed a highly critical beta reader before being published. Such an individual would have advised the author to cut 70 percent of the book and rewrite the remaining 30 percent. The narrator is good, there’s that much. But then again a good narrator can usually make a bad book tolerable. Not so with this book! That’s how bad it is.

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  • Rocky Williams
  • 2020-09-20

Great reader. Horrible story

I enjoy a good overpowered main character story, but this is just ridiculous. Even her being perfectly awesome at all things are does might be bearable if it weren't for the inconsistencies in logic in the story. AIs can't understand magic. Okay. But they can do magical research in AI run vr? How the heck does that work? Tried to finish it, but when she used her powers to assault a guy, who was admittedly being a jerk, by temporarily removing his mouth a then later used her powers experimentally to beat up at man security team I just couldn't go any further. The idea had promise, and I loved the reader. But there is no way I can finish this, and I won't touch another work from this author.

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  • Addi
  • 2020-04-30

Truly enjoyable!

The story, characters, their development and narration are all EXCELLENT! I am purchasing the rest of the series now!

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  • Josh Trahan
  • 2019-12-21

Blown away!

Michael, you have done an excellent job on this book. So many ups and downs, amazing magic and technology, and awesome memorable characters.

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  • Cary
  • 2020-11-06

HOME RUN

I loved the book and the narration . The combination made for a great time with loads of enjoyment. PLEASE KEEP IT COMING. Now Off to start the next one😊

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  • Blu Whitlock
  • 2020-05-13

Politics Are The Way of Scifi

I understand that this is science fantasy but the rule still applies. Science fiction has always had a way of pushing one sort of politics. Its way of experiencing these types of society in the form of a fun story. This is the way it has always been. Star Yrek, Star Wars, Battlestar Galactica, Dr. Who, I Robot, and many other Sci-fi stories have explored these things. This story just used something more close to home than some may be comfortable with. I may not be articulate enough to explain the point properly but I gave it a shot. Its a great story with some fun characters who will be right at home in the rest of the rapidly expanding audio library of sci fi that I am building. I am very happy to add Stephanie's story to my collection. She will be a welcome addition to my crew :)

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