No Way Out
In 2018, advancements in computer science took machine intelligence to a new level. Man could upload his consciousness, thoughts and memories, into learning computers and travel in wireless networks.
By 2020, one final hurdle existed. The breaking down of a biological organism into data allowing it to live inside artificial, computer generated environments. This process was called trans-materialisation and was achieved in 2022 by a brilliant MIT student working for the CIA.
His name was Stephen Cameron.
This is the story of the chaos that followed and how, in 2025, Jason Ghent, a gamer and NSA whistle blower, and Anggie Saad, a hacker on her way to prison, were enlisted to wrest control from Cameron the secret world surveillance project he engineered and administered called iSAP.
In the early 21st century, in an effort to increase human productivity, science granted mankind wearable AI headsets.
Infants received their implants at birth. Total human connectivity was achieved in March of 2201.
Governments, militaries and schools were abolished, and the world was handed over to a network of intelligent computers called AHNN.
Now in the 31st century, or 9th, depending on who you talk to, AHNN has pretty much had it with running the world and has decided to give it back.
This is AHNN’s story.
The Edge of Light
From a young girl’s struggles in modern-day England to her plight as a Goddess during the fall of the Persian Empire, this novel, a modern fantasy written in poetic verse, is guaranteed to please all.
A charming tale of historic battles and magic swords and of a Persian Girl’s search, throughout time, for the boy of her dreams.
A careful mix of poetry and prose.
Suitable for all ages.