Role of books in dystopian and PA stories
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Anyone else notice this?
I suppose any first-person dystopian suggests a secret record/book is being kept, for ex., The Unit, Never Let Me Go, The Handmaid's Tale.
Didn't Canticle only have a shopping list and circuit design? It's been ages since I read that. The juvenile trilogy, City of Ember had the kids finding an old library.
I recommend it though. But you have to read Terminal Alliance first.
I can give you the overarching situation. Humans become infected with a virus that makes them go feral. Another intergalactic species, the Krakau, works at reversing the effects of the virus and enlists rehabbed humans in their fight against the xenocidal Prodryan race. The human team at the center of the stories are janitors/maintenance people, not front line soldiers, unlike most other humans in the story. They are freakin' awesome … and funny!