Goddess in the machine / Lora Beth Johnson
Book | Razorbill | 2020

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385 pages ; 22 cm
Series
Goddess in the machine ; 1
Johnson, Lora Beth. Goddess in the machine ; 1.
Audience
Ages 12+. Razorbill.
Summary
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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Series information from Goodreads.
Summary
When Andra went into a cryonic sleep for a trip across the galaxy, she expected to wake up in a hundred years, not a thousand. Now it's the year 3102, she woke up in a hot, dirty cave, and eveyrone keeps calling her Goddess. Worst of all, the rest of the colonists are dead. They died centuries ago, and their descendants think Andra is a deity. Zhade, the exiled bastard prince of Eerensed, has devoted himself to finding the sleeping Goddess's glass coffin after it disappeared from the palace. He's hoping the Goddess will help him take his rightful place on the throne. -- adapted from jacket
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ISBN
9781984835925 (hardcover)
1984835920 (hardcover)
9781984835932 (ebook)
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