Anya is angry when her family moves from earth to the Space Station Convergence. Everything is strange from the food (soy paste in all its colors and forms) to the frequently changing gravity conditions at her new high school. Anya soon uncovers a plot to take over the central computer's core processor. While this might not bother your typical geek, Anya is anything but your typical geek and will do anything to protect her new computer friend, Isis.
|Publisher:||Press Here Press|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.44(d)|
About the Author
I write because nobody has written the stories I wanted to read. The ones about a geeky girl who was good at stuff and had adventures and solved problems and was smart and cool and dorky and nice and confused and friendless and interesting and new around here and different and the same and both interested in boys and uninterested in boys and...
I write for all the geeky cool girls out there, because I have their stories to tell.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Convergence based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
My nieces loved it all three times I read it to them, and I have to say I enjoyed reading it to them and reading it on my own. I highly recommend this book.
As a mom I am always looking for good YA books for my children. They love sci-fi, but I would prefer books with less violence. This book has a strong female character that is unsure of herself, and yet confident at the same time. She struggles at school trying to fit in, and manages to make good friends anyway. This is the type of book I want my boys to read. I thoroughly enjoyed this book and look forward to more from this author!