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Anna’s job is to create voice recordings of subliminally encoded advertisements and propagate them to Virtual Archetypes - groups of citizens with very distinct sets of character traits - whose lives have been mapped out from early childhood to old age by the range of products they will consume at each stage of the evolution of their identities.
She gets involved with a
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Kindle Edition, 255 pages
Published November 12th 2016
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A really interesting book which would appeal to readers of sci-fi, futurism or psycho-spirituality/Magick.

Although set in a futuristic world it addresses some of the key fundamentals to the way in which technology and AI manipulate our lives today, an issue we can’t ignore!

The two aspects which set it apart for me were the dreamers who never gave up the faith and their “power” despite being hidden and the protagonist Anna who seemed very real, in a perfectly flawed way.
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Yelena is a sci-fi and tech fanatic with a bit of a pyromaniac bent. She daylights as a rogue economist, keeping close to the frontier and watching out for hints as to what the possible future of our civilization may be. She has also been known to dabble in deranged adventure journalism, writing notoriously loony articles for publishers such as Mahala and JHBLive. She has a passion for intelligent ...more