Unison Spark by Andy Marino

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Everyone is obsessed with Unison, the social network that knows you better than you know yourself. Everyone who can afford it, that is. Living beneath the vast ceiling that separates Eastern Seaboard City into rich topside and poor sub-canopy zones, fifteen-year-old Mistletoe can only dream of logging in and has to make do with technological hand-me-downs. Worlds collide when Ambrose Truax, the privileged heir to the Unison empire, wanders into the dangerous sub-canopy streets and Mistletoe saves him from suspicious, uniformed men. They soon discover that they share eerily similar dreams, hinting at a significant past. Together, Ambrose and Mistletoe begin to unravel the mystery of their identities and learn that they’re pawns in a bigger game: the Unison 3.0 upgrade, a whole new kind of Friendship.
 

About Andy Marino

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Andy Marino was born and raised in Clifton Park, New York. He graduated from NYU and currently lives in Queens. This is his first novel. Visit him online at andy-marino.com.
 
Published November 8, 2011 by Henry Holt and Co. (BYR). 240 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Young Adult, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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In this debut novel with Matrix overtones, those who can afford it live a “BetterLife” in the alternate reality of the Unison social network.

Sep 14 2011 | Read Full Review of Unison Spark

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After she rescues Ambrose Truax, heir to the Unison empire and its massively popular social network, she finds herself thrust into a conspiracy that dates back before her birth and that connects her with the impending Unison 3.0 upgrade.

Nov 08 2011 | Read Full Review of Unison Spark

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