Knowing that the world is a simulation doesn't diminish the will to live. Even when the body is made from ones and zeros, the soul doesn't feel any less real.
In Coding Peter, the sequel to Suddenly, Paris, we learn more about the aliens who have altered the lives of the Vorov family. The URTs are a small band of scientists-the only survivors of a world simulation that no longer exists-who seek only to settle down quietly and unobtrusively in a new home. But contact with humans has led to accidents, misunderstandings, and deaths. A hundred years later, only a few of the alien refugees survive.
Now Julie Orlov's brother, ten-year-old Peter, is asked to take on the soul of a dying alien-for the good of his family, his alien ancestors, and the Earth itself. In doing so he will become more-but also, maybe less-than himself. It's a lot to ask of a young boy, especially when the exact consequences to Peter are unknown, even by the aliens themselves.
What Peter decides will change the fate of two civilizations-and maybe more...
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