When I received Mila 2.0 for review, I immediately went and grabbed this short intro from Amazon.
And short it is. However, I’m very glad I read it, because I’ve now headed into Mila 2.0 knowing exactly what happened to her dad—for which I’m grateful—and understanding the situation a lot better. I’m not sure it would have been received with such clarity otherwise.
Aside from that purpose, this little insight gives a good indication of the character the reader will be spending time with in Mila 2.0, as well as the style of writing/story. For me, it encouraged me to want to read Mila 2.0 sooner—in fact, I made it my next read—because when I reached the end, I wasn’t ready to reach the end, and I was more than eager to find out what happens for her next.
So, if you’ve seen Mila 2.0 about and you’re not sure if it might be your cup of tea, I highly recommend picking this little short up first (I nabbed it for free from Amazon), because it might just help you make up your mind.