After New York City introduces a cutting-edge identity-scanning technology in 2023, citizens can not only unlock doors and make purchases at the touch of a finger, they can be tracked by ... See full summary »
Dennis A. Liu
John Di Domenico
In Genghis Khan's last days, an encounter with a Wizard sends him to the Moon. Just as the Mediaeval anti-hero thinks he's made his greatest conquest, he finds himself on a spiritual quest, realizing the absurd clash between one man's need and the silence of the Universe.
In the near future, nanotechnology administered into the bloodstream can sync with computer apps to augment the human genome. A new law mandating and regulating this once elective procedure... See full summary »
Bayardo De Murguia,
In a post nuclear era where owning books is a felony and the intellectual community is persecuted, a group of scientists is trying in vain to find a way to save the world. A Professor's ... See full summary »
It's awful what happened to her. So she destroys them. So what? Is the world better now? A good story needs some suspense of some kind, to draw interest from the observer. She is pretty much a machine and since she is already dead, where's the interest? Not to mention pure gratuitous violence. And that awful narrator. Ugh!
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