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Imagine everything you thought you knew about human progress was wrong. What would you do?

Mia is not sure what she is, but she isn't human. Smarter, stronger than her peers, all she knows are the rules: there can never be three for too long; always run, never fight. 

When she finds herself in Germany 1945, she must turn the Nazis' most trusted scientist with an offer: abandon the crumbling Nazi party, escape Germany with your life, come to work for the Americans building rockets. 

But someone is watching her work. An enemy who's smarter, stronger, decidedly not human and prepared to do anything to retrieve something ancient that was long lost. 

If only she had any idea what it was.... 

©2021 Sylvain Neuvel (P)2021 Penguin Audio

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  • 08-04-21

Brilliant story excellently narrated

Loved the story and how it weaves real life history with a fictional narrative. Cast were all excellent, particularly loved the portrayal of Mia. Sylvain Neuvel didn't disappoint again, after reading his sleeping giants trilogy I was eagerly anticipating this new book!

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  • 11-03-21

Entertaining romp

Another page turning romp by this author, excellently dramatised. Very well cast. A delight.