A companion volume rather than sequel, this is moving and humane, proving that space opera doesn't have to be about space battles or galactic intrigue.
An AI in need of a purpose, trying to adapt to an environment she was never designed for. A young woman trying to escape the circumstances she was designed to serve in.
Friendship, found family, identity, personhood, self-determination, privilege, prejudice, paying things forward and more all wrapped up with care, respect and consideration.
How can you fit so many FEELINGS in one book?