During the twilight of America, Mary, a stay-at-home bookworm, is dying of incurable cancer. On a wintry night, a representative of the Ten Sigma Program presents an offer – her mounting medical bills nullified in exchange for transferring her consciousness into an environment where she’ll be trained as a soldier and upon passing certain tests, returned to the real world in a new, healthy body. With the bankruptcy of her loved ones as the alternative, Mary reluctantly accepts. However, the virtual universe has its own secrets and dangers….
Praise for Ten Sigma
I'm reading "Ten Sigma" by @awwangauthor and everyone should go read it right now! It is incredible! I wish I had an in with a movie producer because it should be the next Hunger Games or Maze Runner. So good.— Mallory Kelly (@author_mkelly) October 24, 2019
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