Lost In America (Book One, Episodes 1-3)
Thrillers & Suspense > Suspense > Supernatural
Paperback: 290 pages
Publisher: Cardinal Press LLC (June 4, 2015)
E-Book ASIN: B00WGOAN32
It’s the near future, and the next big thing is already here. Smartphones, tablets, even TVs have been replaced by Butlers, your own digital personal assistant who knows you intimately. It’s killer technology … really, it is.
Billed as “luxury for the little guy,” your Butler knows your clothing sizes, your favorite pizza toppings, the music you like, and gets you whatever you want at your command. Your Butler is always there for you. Watching. Waiting. Listening. It knows everything about you, and so does the company behind it.
That’s where the danger comes in.
Meet Kendra Sinclair. She’d be the first to tell you there’s nothing special about her, until she uncovers a massive conspiracy designed to kill millions of people, including those she loves most. Kendra’s the only one who can stop it … unless the bad guys stop her first, which means she needs to get Lost In America.
But how can she, when privacy is just an illusion?
Most of the books I read are series books were there is an underlying story-line or theme that plays throughout the series and has a mystery or two played out within each book. This book contains the first three episodes (like a television series) of a series set in the non-distant future. A future that is getting closer every day. Life hinges on how the world uses new technology that replaces common things like out cell phones and televisions. Picture Apple’s new smart watch or a smarter television that knows your entire life, from the food you like to your blood type, what you said to your kids this morning to who visited your house. Technology that leaves what the NSA has on us to shame. What happens when all the information falls into the wrong hands. Hands that want to control the world’s destiny.
All I could say when I finished Episode 3 was “wow, Wow, WOW!” Get me Episode 4! It is out and is calling to me! These stories are quite addicting. I found once I started reading I couldn’t stop. At first I was cursing Laura Fitzgerald and then I was thinking this is pretty genius. This type of story is going to interest everyone from teenagers to senior citizens. With the content it gives us some things some of us may see if our lifetimes and for the older folks it was something they have been predicting for years. With this format some may wait until all the episodes are released and binge read like they binge watch television series on Netflix and others will grab each exciting episode as it comes out and wait with wondrous anticipation for the next installment.
Some may think this book is too Sci-Fi, which I rarely read, and I am here to tell you it is not. This is close enough to current time that is reads like a suspense thriller. Written is the episodic format the suspense continues to build and build and build. I truly am looking forward to each and every new release because I quickly became engaged and Kendra is an leading character that should grab everyone’s attention.
I was given the first 3 episodes bundled together for review and they can be purchased that way. If you are not sure if this story is for you but you want to check it out the episodes can all be purchased separately and the first episode is just 99 cents.
This is totally different than anything else I have written by this author. She has me completely hooked. She releases the episodes almost as soon as they are finished. She is going to have readers begging her to write faster.
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So true, technology is growing by leaps and bounds and humans are not!
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I like reading other authors ideas for the future in technology. Look at Aldous Huxley in the 1930’s writing about a future ‘prozac nation’. He sure hit that on the head. Then look at the Jetsons; all we need is the flying car. ~Cindy Jameson
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