Smartbrain?by Posted Author on 07/05/15
By G. F. Smith
*A “Two Part” Novel in One Volume
*Near Future, on Earth Technology Sci-fi
*Available in Print and eBook Formats
*Printed Pages: 495
Tags and Themes:
Science, Science Fiction, Smartphone, Technology, Brain Computer Interface, Alzheimer’s Disease, Mind Control, Identity Loss, Artificial Telepathy, Neural Streaming, Auxiliary Senses, Romance, Ruse, Human Trafficking, Avatars, Moon, Space, Planets, Streamplaces, Dreams, Purpose, Adventure…
“Well plotted, written, and edited…”
“Excellent novel…highly entertaining…”
“A pleasure…an accomplished author, of which you are one...”
“I really enjoyed reading Smartbrain! It was a really fascinating story...”
On the Cover:
This is one story that seems to be going to everyone’s head, literally! Apparently, Smartphones can now be interfaced—connected—directly with the Human Brain. The news streams are a-stir with this breaking buzz and legitimate sources are confirming it’s true!
They’re calling it Smartbrain: your Field of Vision is the Monitor; Images, Motion, and Sound feed directly into your neural pathways; Activation, Operation, and Navigation accomplished by your thoughts; a plethora of Apps and Cloud Sources, under development. Many are already saying that this will be the technological game-changer of the century. But ask yourself, who in their right mind would want it?
This is Jonathan Raker of Raker’s Slant; stay tuned for more breaching news and inclined commentary!
Sarah Whiting, young, attractive, techno-savvy home-body, researcher by trade, accepts a potentially lucrative offer to join a product/market analysis team that is performing the final evaluation of the believed technological breakthrough of the century before its release to the public.
New “Smartbrain Technology” interfaces advanced smartphone capabilities directly with the human brain. But revelations about the technology’s true origins, its potential consequence for the human brain, for society, and for this lonely backward planet, have Sarah second-guessing herself, and her sanity, when she falls for one of the engineers of the tech and is suddenly swept into a dangerous ruse of deception that may just be her imagination, or may threaten the entire world.
From the Author:
I am extremely excited about this new Book Release. Smartbrain looks objectively at the seemingly inexorable integration of technology into virtually all aspects of our lives; observing while doing so, the benefits and enjoyment that are an understandable consequence of the discoveries and innovations, yet at the same time intuitively acknowledging the continually shifting gray areas that seem to keep our human nature on the edge of apprehension.
I sincerely look forward to your comments and reviews.
Stay Curious everyone!
G. F. Smith