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Saturn Apartments Vol. 6: Saturn Apartments, Volume 6

Saturn Apartments Volume 6

Saturn Apartments, Volume 6
Living isn’t easy in the lower levels of the Ring System, a floating civilization constructed when Earth was abandoned as a nature preserve. Sixteen-year-old Mitsu got a job washing windows for the wealthy residents of the upper levels after his father, also a window washer, fell from his tether. Now Mitsu’s been asked to man an illegal craft that’s descending to the surface of the earth. But it seems everyone in this divided society has a secret agenda. Mitsu alone must decide if he’s ready to take the journey of a lifetime…
Hisae Iwaoka
191 Pages
$8.99

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Saturn Apartments Vol. 7: Saturn Apartments, Volume 7

Saturn Apartments, Volume 7

Saturn Apartments Vol. 7

The Ring System, a structure constructed in space when Earth was abandoned as an environmental preserve, contains a society divided by money and status. Mitsu, a sixteen-year-old lower-level window washer whose father was killed when he fell from the surface of the Ring, struggles to define his role in this stifling and segregated civilization. Unsafe living conditions and unrest among the residents ravage the lower levels, but Mitsu and his colleagues also struggle with loneliness and thwarted ambitions. In the final volume of Saturn Apartments, Mitsu must decide whether he will descend to the surface of the earth in an  experimental device and attempt to change the fate of the Ring System forever.
263 Pages
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