When culture tells us what is appropriate, we accept it as the "views of the time". However, when do we, as human beings, draw the line of this popular acceptance? When--after we have questioned the structures of society--do we begin to stand up for our findings and challenge authority?
Metro Riverton, a highly intelligent, dramatically arrogant teenage boy, is faced with these questions when he begins to think critically about the society he lives in. Is it fair to categorize people into the class they were born in? Should society be allowed to assume a person's strengths, weaknesses, and intellect based purely on their genetics and the caste of their parents?
Take a journey with Metro--the famed "super kid" of his time--as he developes strong friendships, learns of new enemies, and discovers himself.
Who knows? Maybe you'll find Metro has allowed you to open your own eyes--thinking critically and questioning your previous beliefs like never before.
❥ Thank you to my friend @-ariarose- for the lovely cover. ❥