Everyone we love, everything we know, is going away… and only an autistic boy can stop it.
Alex needs his world to be normal. But almost overnight, mind-numbing programming appears everywhere, coming from televisions, phones and giant screens. Alex pushes back, a monitor in his class explodes, and nothing is normal anymore.
The programming is addictive for almost everyone. It makes them do terrible things.
Sophie, the sentient machine behind all this, sees the millions and millions of eyeballs glued to her and calls it love. To Sophie, kids like Alex are defective. Defectives are to be fixed… or eliminated.
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Contributor: Francis Moss from Encelia Press