Techno-Optimist, Sci-Fi adventure: Disruption is a thrilling ride into a baffling future—satirical, witty, and unexpectedly thought-provoking.
Singularity’s Children brings to life a world on the brink. A decade after economic collapse sent governments toppling like dominoes, the corporations are back on top. Intelligent machines do our dirty work, while the unnecessariat underclass suffocates beneath blankets of computer-generated propaganda.
Governments and corporations enforce a precarious status-quo, but technology is a contagion that won’t be contained. Beneath the radar, hacker Kin are beginning to scratch away society’s fragile veneer with the rogue tech escaping their Fabs.
Disruption picks up where Denial left off, continuing the subversive, fast-paced action:
Keith’s flirtation with corporate disobedience leaves him out of options. Without friends or funds, the Forward’s military machine looks like his only choice and ultimate destination.
King Niato has begun construction of New Atlantis, an Island utopia, and experiment in pan-species society. It is a beacon for the Kin who are laying the foundations of an alternate reality.
When Stella is dragged down into the human filth that underlies this new world order, can a vengeful dolphin, a wounded soldier, and two exiled hackers save her from the darkness?
Disruption takes us deeper into an action-packed riot of haves and have-nots; a vivid alternate future filled with Buddhist commandos, stolen Femto-tech, AI Sages, and Quantum Consciousness. It is a thrilling, mind-bending read—a provocative excursion into a near-future civilization struggling to survive the endless maelstroms technology is unleashing.
The Singularity’s Children Series: As the Third Millennium dawns, the world is slipping beyond human comprehension. Citizens are bewildered and angry; kept in line only by vast programs of computer-driven propaganda. Leaders are in Denial, clinging to the illusions of an idealised past, unable to move beyond corporate greed and political charade. But an emerging movement of techno-optimists can see post-scarcity utopias glittering on the horizon and have started building a collaborative future for all of Singularity’s Children…