The self-sufficient star-scouring space station (referred to by its
inhabitants simply as the Shell) may not be a utopia free from
strife and struggles, but it comes quite close and its citizens
are-with the exception of a few inquisitive souls-quite satisfied
to live as long as they like, know everything about anything they
care to ask after, scar and modify (or outright replace) their
bodies without permanent consequence and generally go about their
day in permanent, coddled adolescence, unaware of, ignoring, or in
certain cases contributing to the subtle way the Shell itself
controls and twists every inhabitant's life. The story as it's told
is about three such inhabitants who seem to meet at a concert, and
go on to take their separate paths in life. Nikki suffers a dark
internal struggle that drives him over the edge, Wadjet endures an
adventure with action and suspense, and The Kid gets tangled in a
sordid love triangle. Their paths converge once again on a shadowy
figure, Kincaid, who seems to be at the root of everyone's trouble,
but something is not as it seems.
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