Sassy Scarlett, is exiled from Mars to join her mother's clan back on Earth. There she meets Io, a girl who has raised by robots in space. Is Io a girl who believes she's a robot or a flesh-bot who looks like a confused girl? The tests can't tell. Into this comes Dante Tyrell the Earth's resident bad boy. This can't be good. Especially when Scarlett accidentally punches Dante within 5 minutes of meeting him. With only her sharp wit, sarcastic earrings, and skills at Martian parkour. Scarlett and her robot Kentro set out to stop her friend Io's 'reprocessing'. As for Dante, that's a different matter. Think 'Jeeves and Wooster' meets 'The Martian' Previously was known as Gravity (it was a metaphor, no one got it). book 2 War for the red planet(book 2 included) Robots from Earth invade a Martian girl's planet. Firmly of the opinion that no one messes with her planet but her Scarlett and her Parkour crew set out to do something about it. Sequel to the hilarious Gravity. Scarlett is about to run a revolt from the rooftops of FirstFootPrint city. Unfortunately, her plans collide with the new General from Earth, Dante Tyrell. The man she was destined to marry. A man which she believed firmly dead. How did Dante get there? What is Dante doing there working for the enemy? What is he doing so alive? Highest #9 in Science Fiction A Kick ass book from the authors of the popular #1 SciFi hit 'I'm a cyborg's pet'. Think of it was Cyborg's pet's Darker, more funny, more evil twin. ( look at the accolades, 3 of which are real ) @Crazy_Awesome I like badass Scar. xD @Pixielala I'm laughing too hard right now.... just so you know.... @SaroofHassan Everyone's looking at me weird for laughing out loud @RealDonaldTrump - this is absolutely the greatest book ever written, believe me. PG 13 - contains humor, swearing, loud music, flashing lights & nuts. Gluten-free.