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A world ruled by giant corporations and their AI servants! What could possibly go wrong?

A world ruled by giant corporations and their AI servants! What could possibly go wrong?

 “★★★★★ What intense world building! Wonderful character growth! Crisp story line! Thoughtful science fiction! Imaginative descriptions! I can keep talking in exclamatory phrases but you get my point by now - this is a fantastic book.”

– Myra on Reedsy Discovery and Oh Just Books.

This is not a typical SciFi Blurb, because this is not a typical SciFi Novel

Start with 1984, add in a healthy dose of Brave New World and Fahrenheit 451, stir in a bit of The Matrix and Blade Runner, and you have Terms of Service. It is a thought-provoking exploration of the profound changes we are seeing in our society as artificial intelligence plays an ever-greater role in our lives and we all wonder, where does it end?

This book presents one chilling possibility, and it is every bit as relevant to the world of today as George Orwell’s masterpiece was in the aftermath of World War II.

Visit the future we may be creating today

The AIs are always there, watching everything I do. What do I read? What do I write? What do I hear? What do I say? What makes me happy? What makes me sad? Constantly observing, correlating, and measuring. Can they read my mind? Not exactly, but they can infer a lot. They usually know what I’m thinking before I do.

Kim, a talented young AI trainer, seems to have it made. She has a nice apartment, a prestigious job, and a circle of friends. Deep down, however, she is dissatisfied, unhappy, traumatized, and completely unable to understand why. Over the course of this story, you will see the world through her eyes, as she gradually wakes up to the monstrous evil and cynicism of her society and learns the value of freedom. You will also meet the AIs. They are fascinating, self-aware creatures who live in the strange dual-existence of virtual reality. Humanity depends on them for its survival, but sometimes they go mad.

Big Tech, an Orwellian surveillance state, and a rebellious young AI trainer. What could possibly go wrong? You’ll have to read the book to find out!

Watch this short video

I have created a short video, 3:30 in length. Please take the time to watch it. Even if you do not ultimately decide to buy the book, you will learn about the world we may be creating for ourselves and for our posterity.

Now available as an audiobook

This novel is now available as an audiobook on Audible, Amazon, and iTunes. The narration, by Gill Mills, brings the work to life, immersing you in this nightmare world of tomorrow.

Below are a couple of excerpts. Listen to them! You will find them enjoyable.

What Others Are Saying About This Book

★★★★★ Great Pageturner! I wish this were a book of fiction, but it's merely a glimpse into our near future. The seeds have been planted and are already well rooted. I fear we're doomed to live this coming dystopia.

Just a Dad — Amazon Review

★★★★★ Scary Thriller! This is a scary modern day to futuristic thriller,I would recommend this to anyone who would like to have a peep into the future based on the direction we are going due to off the deep end progressive laws, and attitudes of today.

Maryhemp — Amazon Review

★★★★★ This is a exciting yet literate venture into dystopian sci-fi. Those who like "The Matrix", "Ghost in the Shell", and classics in the field (1984, Brave New World) will find it interesting and engaging. … The book is not all 'sturm and drang' - there is a great deal of satire that may make you laugh aloud as you recognize yourself.

Justsomeone — Goodreads Review

★★★★★ A tale of deadly mistakes. It's a rare delight to come upon a novel by an author you've never heard of, courtesy of a fellow science fiction fan's word of mouth, and realize you've stumbled upon a work of exceptional talent. … Craig W. Stanfill's skillfully written novel is the work of a professional expert in AI, who knows better than most of us what can go terribly wrong. I'm hoping to survive until his forthcoming Book 2.

Paul Preuss — Amazon Review

★★★★★ George Orwell meets Keanu Reeves. It's reality, it's truth, it's lies and fiction. In a world where our speech is censored and our freedoms curtailed, do you buy into the lies of see through the smoke and mirrors. There is something very wrong in our society it's gaining ground. I loved this book.

Karl Poff — Goodreads Review

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