EBOOK FREE (Hullmetal Girls) À Emily Skrutskie


  • Hardcover
  • 320
  • Hullmetal Girls
  • Emily Skrutskie
  • English
  • 14 March 2020
  • 9781524770198

Emily Skrutskie Ð 9 review

Hullmetal Girls free read Ô E-book, or Kindle E-pub Aisha Un Haad would do anything for her family When her brother contracts a plague she knows her janitor's salary isn't enough to fund his treatment So she volunteers to become a Scela a mechanically enhanced soldier sworn to protect and serve the governing body of the Fleet the collective of starships they call home If Aisha can survive the harrowing modifications and earn an elite place in the Scela ranks she may be able to sav Hullmetal Girls is the weird complex sci fi book about consent and reluctant friendship between girls I didn t know I was looking for This book follows two POVs Aisha Un Haad a hijabi aroace girl and Key Tanaka a Japanese girl when they each become Scela genetically altered mechanical soldiers Aisha makes the choice for herself a drastic decision that goes deeply against her religion in order to get the government money her younger siblings need to survive life in the back of the fleet Key doesn t know why she made the decision she did She has memories of a life of privilege a world where she wanted for nothing But her memory is full of holes and she can t piece together why a girl of her standing would ever decide to become a mechanical monster So much about this book is a discussion of consent of bodily autonomy of classism and the moral gray of an uprising It s a deeply fascinating story and one that can get horrifying fairly uickly if you have issues with body horror and loss of bodily autonomy which I do It s an alarming subject matter There were times when this was a hard read Related to autonomy and lack of consent I do want to say that there are a couple of characters who experience some sort of outing or are forced to come out under unideal circumstances Scela are often forced to share a brain space and all their thoughts Due to this system which the characters are forced into without warning or consent we learn that one of the side characters is a trans girl This also leads to a later scene in which Aisha is exposed to memories of characters having sex and when she is deeply uncomfortable with this comes out as aroace At this time another character comes out as pansexual as wellI as a ueer reviewer felt that this scene very clearly established the through line of lack of consent and autonomy that the main characters were faced with It was difficult and wrong and these characters should not have had to come out the way they did which I feel is the point the scenes were making Some ownvoices a spec reviewers have also felt this but many feel that these scenes were hurtful so please be aware of that particular content going in Ok so back to the rest of the book This features and enemies to best friends female friendship that I would like to shout about to the heavens Especially because I feel like Aisha and Key were not written to be especially likable characters Aisha is furious bold and unyeilding in her protection and love of her siblings She will make bad decisions and follow them through fueled by her one sighted view of how the world should work I think this makes her a fascinating character but also one that challenges readers Similarly Key is very much a privileged main character surrounded by characters with no privilege and that is played up in the way she treats Aisha Pravaa and Woojin She is also incredibly angry and a lot of that rage is focused inwards on the holes in her memories and the ways they make her feel incomplete Because her anger is focused on what she feels she is lacking as well as the people in her life who have led a much complicated life she is also a challenge for readers But I feel like this book dealt with anger in such a particular validating way that I also couldn t help but love both Key and Aisha Besides the characters Hullmetal Girls excels in its worldbuilding I think it is pretty easy to see the author s love of sci fi wound through the story especially her love of of films like Pacific Rim I think the world does a great job of walking a line between that dour feel of an all powerful regime and the fun of a world set across a group of spaceships There are moments when it feels like the book allows itself to be fun to embrace the fact that its main characters are super soldiers in space I really feel like that levity lent itself so well to the much tougher subject manner and some of the complex decisions both Aisha and Key were working through Oh And speaking of worldbuilding I know I just wrote a whole paragraph about some of the aspects of the mind sharing technology in this world and what that leads to but mind sharing is a personal all time favorite trope of mine and I honestly screamed aloud when I realized how it was going to be incorporated Characters who are constantly faced with that level of closeness and how sharing one another s every thought can shape relationships is a fascinating concept to me that I think was used incredibly well throughout this entire book Honestly and I don t feel this is hard to gather I adored this book It had all the elements of a fast paced sci fi story I was looking for it had excellent characters worldbuilding stakes and an exploration of what one is willing to do for freedom that impressed me so deeply I loved every second of this book and I can t wait to see how Emily Skrutskie continues to write worlds and stories that are all consumingly fantastic Update June 27 2018RTC this was fabulous Apparently one of the MCs is aroace I am dying

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Hullmetal Girls free read Ô E-book, or Kindle E-pub E her brotherKey Tanaka awakens in a Scela body with only hazy memories of her life before She knows she's from the privileged end of the Fleet but she has no recollection of why she chose to give up a life of luxury to become a hulking cyborg soldier If she can make it through the training she might have a shot at recovering her missing pastIn a unit of new recruits vying for top placement Aisha's and Key's paths collide and the Review also at Girls is a sci fi adventure with tinges of dystopian fiction Humans left Earth over 300 years ago and are traveling the stars searching for a habitable planet to make their new home The fleet is made up of many ships with the richest and most elite up front The caste system follows the fleet down to the back end where the poor and unprivileged liveThere are hybrid humans called Scela who are warrior machines that work for the General Body They are part human and part metal with an exoskeleton that sits on their backs and is depending on who you ask a parasite a symbiont or a sentient AI type intelligence that gives humans strength better senses and makes them powerful warriorsTo become Scela doctors stretch humans to seven feet tall They implant metal and ports stretch their bones and skin The Scela exorig attaches like a metal spine and runs down the back Once you are joined the exo s cold consciousness is a part of youThe main story follows two young women Key Tanaka and Aisha Un Haad It is told from their POVs They have two other members of their basic training team Wooj and Praava Praava became Scela to help fund her sister s medical research Marshal Jesuit is their mentor and instructor during basic trainingAisha follows the Ledic religion Everything she does is for her sister and younger brother who is sick She became Scela to provide for them financially She is strong willed loyal and her faith gets her through tough timesKey Tanaka can t remember why she became Scela She has holes She is also strong willed angry and wants to be the best Scela She and Aisha kind of have issues being team players and they don t really like each otherAlong the way we find out there is a group called the Fractionists who do not believe the General Body leaders are doing what is best for the fleet and that the fleet should break upI really liked this I love the whole rebellion against the tyrannical government thing This had a uniue twist on that taking place in outer space and involving cyborg like humans I think the author did a good job with diversity representation Aisha is asexual which is not something you usually see in booksThe four of them are sometimes linked through the exosystem and can hear each other s thoughts and know their feelings It s not always pleasant But in the end they become friends and familyOverall this was a uick and enjoyable read I really liked The Abyss Surrounds Us so was hoping I would like this tooBuddy read with the MacHalo group Although I think I read it alone P

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Hullmetal Girls free read Ô E-book, or Kindle E-pub Two must learn to work together a tall order for girls from opposite ends of the Fleet But a rebellion is stirring pitting those who yearn for independence from the Fleet against a government struggling to maintain unityWith violence brewing and dark secrets surfacing Aisha and Key find themselves uestioning their loyalties They will have to put aside their differences though if they want to keep humanity from tearing itself apa I had high hopes for this book but unfortunately it fell flat in a lot of ways Read the full review on my blogBrief note for those who only look at GoodReads reviews if you are trans andor aroace please read the full review as the coming out scenes for the trans character and the aroace character were really harmful


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    Emily Skrutskie Ð 9 review review É E-book, or Kindle E-pub Ð Emily Skrutskie EBOOK FREE (Hullmetal Girls) À Emily Skrutskie Hullmetal Girls is the weird complex sci fi book about consent and reluctant friendship between girls I didn't know I was looking for This book follows two POVs Aisha Un Haad a hijabi aroace girl and Key Tanaka a Japanese girl when they each become Scela genetically altered mechanical soldiers Aisha makes the choice for herself a drastic decision that goes deeply against her religion in order to get the governm

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    read Hullmetal Girls Emily Skrutskie Ð 9 review EBOOK FREE (Hullmetal Girls) À Emily Skrutskie Review also at Girls is a sci fi adventure with tinges of dystopian fiction Humans left Earth over 300 years ago and are traveling the stars searching for a habitable planet to make their new home The fleet is made up of many ships with the richest and most elite up front The caste system follows the fleet down to the “back end” where the poor and unprivileged liveThere are hybrid humans called Scela who ar

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    EBOOK FREE (Hullmetal Girls) À Emily Skrutskie Went ahead and picked this up because I am working on an analysis about the ways asexuality and aromanticism are often revealed through confrontations unwanted flirtsexual advances microaggressions etc Here are some thoughts Overall Hullmetal Girls would have been a great example of adventures with ueer characters without centering that ueerness if it wasn’t for the way it so flippantly mistreats these iden

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