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Half the Earth is a smouldering cinder, torched by a raging Sun. A Dagashi starship squats in the ruins of London, doling out food and water in return for broken tech. Jax is ‘Mule’. He gives rides to the Dagashi, using a Halo that lets the aliens hear and feel along with their human hosts. The links have always been one way - until one of the Dagashi speaks to him. 
Jax’s life collapses into confusion; nothing is what is seems to be: not the girl who talks through his Halo, not the world around him, and definitely not the Dagashi. Jax has to battle for control of his thoughts and emotions as what is left of the world turns against him and throws him into a dark adventure of love and betrayal.
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They turned their backs on technology when they settled their world. When the children began to develop magical powers, they thought it was a wonderful gift - until they took over. Now something has gone wrong with the Gateway, the portal through which they arrived.
Elanor came to her her powers not as a child, but as a woman: A Maverick. Anatol has been sent by the home world to repair the Gateway before it destroys both civilisations. 

They collide in an uneasy truce of science and magic.

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Garret's world is six floors high by five hundred people wide and he despairs of ever being happy. His culture says that they are alone and there is nothing beyond, just the rock of the walls going on forever. Everybody does exactly what they have always done. There is no growth, excitement or variety. The environment is slowly falling to pieces
Then Garret starts to hear a voice in his head, telling him the access code to a panel on Level 6. Garret does not even stop to think. He sees this as an opportunity to escape from an unbearable world, and seizes the opportunity. He follows the instructions he is given and escapes. (Young Adult)

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