Original ONGOING Comedy Drama Sci-fi Multiple Lead Characters School Life Slice of Life
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It's the 22nd century, and alien life has just been found! Yeah, nobody cares. For the students of St. Victoria's high school in the rechristened state of New California, life proceeds just as it did before. Sure, the teachers are strict, the robot lunch maids can't taste the food they serve, and the field trips offworld can be a chore, but otherwise the future is bright!

Follow six friends in their senior year of high school before going to college: Whether it is the quiet soul who’s lived above the Galilean moons all her life, or the peppy gearhead with her own robot companion, or the genetically designed antisocialite, or the class clown cured of his mental disorder, or the weary wild child no longer sure of her purpose, or lastly the headstrong young adult born in the colonized Antarctic, I'm sure there is someone you'll enjoy reading about.

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High Schoolers and Aliens (Early Review)

This is my first delve into slice-of-life type stories, and I wasn't really expecting to like the genre much, but this one does a great job of investing you in the characters right away and aliens are always cool. The humor sprinkled throughout and nonchalance attitude about human's encountering alien-life makes for an entertaining story.

This is an early review of the story, but it looks promising so far!

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This one had me hooked with the first sentence.  I love it's charming, sarcastic sense of humor.  I love the characters' personalities.  And I love the mystery it builds from the very first sentence.  It's great.