Project Nought by Chelsea Furedi is unlike anything I’ve read before. It’s a cleverly crafted, queer sci-fi graphic novel full of twists and revelations. I was kindly sent an advanced copy from Harper360YA.
“Ren Mittal’s last memory in the year 1996 is getting on a bus to visit his mystery pen pal Georgia. When he wakes up in 2122, he thinks he might be hallucinating… he’s not!
Tech conglomerate Chronotech sponsors a time-travel program to help students in 2122 learn what history was really like…from real-life subjects who’ve been transported into the future…and Ren is one of them.”
Project Nought is a very fast-paced adventure that’s perfect if you’re currently in a reading slump and want to try something different. The romance element is incredibly sweet, and the plot is really original and fresh. I also appreciated how authentic the representation was throughout. Furedi has created a diverse and loveable cast of characters accompanied by some fantastic artwork and original ideas.
I must admit, I tend to stick to romance and fantasy books. However, I’ve read three amazing sci-fi books this month, and now it’s a genre I’m looking forward to exploring further.
Project Nought by Chelsea Furedi is available to purchase HERE.0