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In 2095, every facet of society runs perfectly by computers and advanced technology. Citizens like Britannia Stone conduct their lives effortlessly with a genetically embedded barcode linked to Central, the world government. But this easy lifestyle, one without economical hardships, crime and disease, comes with a price - the freedom of choice. Now world citizens are ...more
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Published November 1st 2006 by Virtualbookworm.com Publishing
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Lori
Mar 23, 2012 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: fantasy-sci-fi
This is a great read! Having read her lighthearted "My Big Fake Irish Life," I wasn't sure what to expect with a science fiction novel. I needn't have worried; McKenna is an extremely versatile storyteller. "Logging Off" is gritty, suspenseful and action-packed. Given all of the advances in robotics and artificial intelligence in recent years, there is a definite shiver factor in "Logging Off."
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(from her website) In 2095, every facet of society runs perfectly by computers and advanced technology. Citizens like Britannia Stone conduct their lives effortlessly with a genetically embedded barcode linked to Central, the world government. But this easy lifestyle, one without economical hardships, crime and disease, comes with a price - the freedom of choice.

Now world citizens are beginning to mysteriously disappear. John Ettinger, a
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Oscar
Jan 12, 2014 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
A book filled by the author's deep and resourceful thoughts and belief. A society where computers can be accessed and use everywhere and at any time, even in your own body. It's not actually that hard to believe, especially when the thought that computers can now be implemented into glasses is now generalized. Therefore, is the possibility of having self implemented computers really that far fetched? Cars that drive themselves have already been realized, so we're actually one step closer to that ...more
Shannon Ng
I always look for books on dystopias and, lately, there are lots of those. This is a good one. I almost wish that the society had worked out. The fact that people have the choice to be citizens are not is enough choice for me. But, as usual, the machines mess everything up and extraordinary people do their best to fix it.
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Caitlin McKenna enjoys writing in different genres. She is a published author with three chick lit romantic comedies and one dystopian science fiction thriller.

In addition to her writing, she is also a seasoned voice-over actress and voice-casting director. She has worked on over three hundred films and television shows. Her credits include: Man of Steel, Fast & Furious 6, The Bourne Legacy,
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