The idea behind this young adult novel is pretty unique, it's not often you get to read sci-fi based around African extraterrestrial technology (yeah it actually works way more than you'd imagine it would). And one with a relatable protagonist and equally enjoyable secondary characters. The author writes with a seamless mastery of technology which made it easy for me to suspend belief and become engulfed in the action packed and often dangerous world young Joshua and his friends live in. Clever and fun at the same time, I'd recommend this to anyone who enjoys a little bit of an escape from the real world, with a lot of incredibly cool tech thrown in. It's the first in a series so I'll definitely be looking out for the next instalment.