In a post-eco-caust world, Rigo and Anthea struggle to find...Oh, I don't know. It's a decent story set in a future after this mythical ecological disaster the liberals are always going on about. The story's ok, the premise is a little odd, but I kind of liked the book.
Very cool book -- biopunk in the vein of Paul di Filippo's Ribofunk or Wil McCarthy's Bloom. The book ends kind of abruptly, good thing there's a sequel. Nice to see some non caucasian protagonists, with reasonable projection of what street gang life could be like in 50 years.