Liberty’s Daughter is about Beck Garrison, a teenager living on a libertarian seastead which is part of a collection of seasteads with varying rules. Some have no rules at all, so drugs are openly manufactured and children can buy them, or you can chain your workers to a table and force them to handle toxic chemicals to provide services for rich people. Throughout this story we follow Beck as she “finds” things and solves problems, even during the collapse of parts of the seastead infrastructure and economy.

I enjoyed the story, but felt that it went too fast at times. I would have love a bit more depth to the descriptions and characters as we went. In some ways it felt like a Young Adult novel that needed to keep going with action to keep the readers attention. I think the world was deep enough that it could have slowed down a bit and given us some more depth.

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