Book One of Singularity’s Children
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An oblique but familiar future. Biotech and neural interfaces have given voice to locked-in intelligences, mosquitos are subsidised and the internet is dying. It is a world desiccated by soulless algorithms, pacified beneath the battle-suit’s boot and numbed by the bewitching voice of computational propaganda.
Struggling for dignity and against irrelevance, rebellious minds must seek meaning beyond the cultural desert:
Stella Sagong struggles with poverty and exploitation, while living above a brothel on a huge floating tuna farm.
Niato Musiani, rejecting privilege allows himself to be recruited into a life of eco-insurgency.
Keith Wilson attempts to cling onto his archaic sense of ethics while grinding against suffocation by corporate morality.