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In the near future, Smartphones will be obsolete. Instead, technological innovations provide virtual computer screens for texting, surfing the Internet, or reading an ebook on lenses worn directly over the eye. With the upcoming conversion to 7G Network allowing instantaneous optical and audio recording, limitless military and civilian applications abound. Yet an unexpecte ...more
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Published June 23rd 2011 by World Castle Publishing (first published June 1st 2011)
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7G – Debbie Kump

3 Stars.

The world has moved on a little and technology has taken a big step forward. People have a digital programme directly into their mind. It comes in the form of a contact lens type devise where people can download information directly from the net, it’s known as DOTS. It is a normal piece of equipment for nearly everyone. The story starts just before there is the new upload to 7G. It is seen as just another upload but once it’s turned on everything changes with deadly cons
The near-future technology portrayed in 7G is terrifyingly possible, as is the way people (don't) typically interact. You can see the decrease in face-to-face communication everywhere you go!

The only reason I didn't give this book 5 stars is because I finished it feeling frustrated that Kump didn't offer even a glimpse of how 7G affected the rest of the world and I wanted to know who did it. Maybe that was intentional - is there a sequel? Even a short story sequel would tie up the loose ends.
Nicole Izmaylov
Must-read thriller!
~Nicole Izmaylov
I was disappointed with the ending...
Debbie Kump
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High-octane must-read thriller!
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After graduating from Cornell University with degrees in Biology and Education, Debbie Kump taught middle and high school science in Maui, Seattle, and the Twin Cities and worked as a marine naturalist aboard a whale watch/snorkel cruise. Debbie lives in Minnesota with her husband, two sons, and three Siberian huskies. She especially enjoys writing early each morning; coaching youth soccer, hockey ...more
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