Denial (Singularity’s Children, Book 1) (Volume 1)

September 6, 2016 - Comment

DENIAL is a spectacular debut.Tense, intelligent science fiction, packed with ideas.Debt, wars and inequality are pushing society towards collapse. It’s a world desiccated by soulless algorithms, pacified beneath the battlesuit’s boot and numbed by the bewitching voices of computational propaganda.Keith knows the 21st century is no place for a moral backbone. Not even a corporate

DENIAL is a spectacular debut.Tense, intelligent science fiction, packed with ideas.
Debt, wars and inequality are pushing society towards collapse. It’s a world desiccated by soulless algorithms, pacified beneath the battlesuit’s boot and numbed by the bewitching voices of computational propaganda.
Keith knows the 21st century is no place for a moral backbone. Not even a corporate expense account and the occasional synthetic liaison can air-gap him from the blood on his hands.
Niato is radicalised when he is recruited by an exotic mentor at his birthday party.
Stella lives above a brothel on a nomadic, floating tuna farm. Her life is brutal and precarious, she needs to find a tribe before she is destroyed by the jaded world around her.
Technology continues a relentless march towards its approaching event horizon. Progressive thinkers must defy obsolescence to survive in the increasingly post-human world.
Singularity’s Children is vivid worldbuilding.The desperate lives of its characters draw the reader into a terrifyingly familiar world only a butterfly flap away.