Book Review #38: The Humane Algorithm by Trevor Wynyard

In the not-so-distant future, the world struggles with a severe resource scarcity issue. Electricity is preserved in every way imaginable--from automated self-driving cars to the absence of street lights to meters inside every household. Resources are allocated based on how much an individual contributes to society. Sick? That's unfortunate but less resources for you. Intelligent? …

Book Review #25: These Troubled Days by James Tarr

Boston is in shreds. America is sinking quickly into a fascist government. With unfits quarantined into the Chelsea Internment Center, millions of people are in distress. Yet Harold, an ex-activist, only has one concern in life: protect his daughter Aiden from the very life he used to frequent. ProServ Officers like Eckart and Blair make …