Escape Pod #SciFi Podcast Reviews Libertaria: Genesis

Escape Pod #SciFi Podcast Reviews Libertaria: Genesis 

My new dystopian novel Libertaria: Genesis, based on Libertaria: The Virtual Opera is available today for free download  at Amazon Kindle. This ebook includes  a free electronica soundtrack.

You can also check out my first review for Libertaria: Genesis:

"...I would recommend the book to anyone who’s seen or listened to the opera. Additionally, because this book was staged first, it’s an interesting study in differing ways of storytelling — music versus music-and-video versus book versus book-and-music...After all, there aren’t very many sci-fi operas — at least, not ones that aren’t treated as a joke. Libertaria: Genesis is dystopian, and good at it, and that needs further examination." Josh Roseman, Author The ClockWork Russian and Other Stories

Libertaria is not your typical fourteen-year old. Raised in a Genetics Factory she's never celebrated a birthday, had a BFF, or even had a first crush. 

But she can melt your brain with a single glance! 

In a post-apocalyptic dystopia Libertaria teams up with her megalomaniac drug addict father to destroy evil Reverse-Aging geneticists with a ragtag robot army of cyborg misfits. In a dystopian world of secrets and mad geneticists Libertaria learns that sometimes to save the world you must first lose your soul! 

Based on the "groundbreaking" and "epic" film Libertaria: The Virtual Opera by award-winning composer and media artist Sabrina Pena Young. 

“One of my favorite things about this story is its odd apocalyptic tone and strong sci-fi/fantasy foundation. The dark quality that comes with it is the cherry on top.” – on Libertaria: The Virtual Opera 


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