- The Socket Greeny Saga -
If you liked Ready Player One and Ender’s Game, strap in for Socket Greeny…
“A brilliantly-written complexly-layered plot, set in a vivid, tangible future world.” –IndieReader
I was a nobody.
I had this funny name and white hair and really didn’t care about anything. But then one day something happened. Change is like that. One day you’re a nothing, the next you’re saving everything. Not everybody.
It’s not that I didn’t want to do what I did. Someone once told me that true nature is a train—you either get on board or get run over. So I got on. What I saw… the androids and the off-world stuff. The psychotic minders. It’s out there.
The rabbit hole is deep.
That’s the thing with the truth. It’s been in front of us all this time. You just have to see it. Once you do, you can’t ignore it. I was once a nobody and now I’m a legend because I saw the truth about reality, about this universe.
And I did something about it.
"The Socket Greeny Saga" Reviewed
This is a rare look at what it means to be human.
If you like reading about the human experience hours going to love this collection.
Despite still being in school, Socket Greeny, finds the world changing when he starts to develop abilities beyond those of around him. To find answers he has to take a trip to a mountain retreat where he finds he is not alone.
However, for me it’s the combination of the main character and his support network that make this series so fascinating.
There is a clear development in the relationships between Socket and Streeter, a young man with programming skills way beyond the average. But it’s Socket’s relationship with Chute that makes the series shine. Can she be what Socket needs her to be, or will the changes he’s undergoing destroy their friendship?