Tron meets Inside Out in this funny sci-fi thriller.
When an ordinary guy’s implanted devices are reset after a construction accident that costs him his arm, the daemons in charge of his electronics are just trying to do their job as usual. But will they manage to keep their user happy and alive, when every bit of info they uncover becomes another part of a mystery, when it becomes clear that someone is framing him for murder and when a corporation is sending a snake charmer assassin after him?
Inspired by Aristophanes Clouds (Nefeles) and a little bit of "Inside Out," this fast-paced action-thriller delivers computer jokes along with an interesting tale of redemption.
From ScifiSelect: "This humorous look into the Internet of Things is equal parts exiting and worrisome."
Do you want to know what’s next for the poor daemons? Do you wanna meet the User? Then read a curious case of eudaemonia in this unique sci-fi action thriller.
Categories: Cyberpunk, Humor, Comedy, Disability, Prosthetics, Computers and Technology, Technothriller, Action and Adventure, Murder Mystery, Amateur Sleuth, Metaphysical and Visionary, Greek Mythology, Corporations, Conspiracy, Greece, Artificial Intelligence, Cyborg, Romantic Comedy
What is the god complex universe?
The gods are back in town. Skyscrapers pop out of nowhere all over Athens. Corporations rename themselves as Greek gods. It all started with the Greek crisis of 2009 and will forever change the world as we know it. Some say that CEO’s have gone mad. Others, that they know damn well what they are doing. That there is something solid amongst the myth. In the day of inter-connectivity and social media admiration, can the myths come back to life?
What happens when a corporation gets a god complex? Find out in our series of books on Kindle. Described as light cyberpunk, definitely sci-fi and with a fresh twist on Greek mythology.
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