Narrative is fully indexed, color pictures, circa 2070s <> Blending of antipodes between utopia and dystopia.
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Nyssa has spent years in virtual bondage to a Japanese pimp before she landed at Dog Breakfast, a co-op dedicated to urban security and espionage. She is welcomed despite her woeful past. She begins training as an operative and soon finds the physical hurdles almost beyond reach. But she can't turn back because the co-op has become "home" and if she fails she'd mess up her chances with Cook <> Kazuo has lost touch with the stone fox he met at the ski resort. He will meet her again, but in a way he doesn't expect.
Jen was the smallest kid in her class and was known as “Monkey Girl” among her friends. She much preferred “Monkey Girl” to “Flores Pygmy,” a nickname that some classmates whispered behind her back. Jen was nowhere near a pygmy. She had clear brown eyes, high cheekbones, sensual lips and periwinkle chin to go with a fine physique. “Monkey Girl” sounded perfect whenever she scrambled across gabled roofs, scaled vertical cliffs or rescued skittish kittens from tree-branch redoubts.