- SEED MONEY—The Entrepreneur
- GLYPHS—The Scribe
This novel by Cyndie Shaffstall wraps science fiction around the mystery of a near-future conspiracy.
Engineers, inventors, and business people alike scrambled to develop a solution before the world’s population was completely wiped out by an irradiated atmosphere, but the chosen solution became a temporary fix at best. By 2062, we are burdened by the weight of unchecked population growth and global warming has reduced our inhabitable space by half.
With our workplace frustratingly neutered by the Genderless Act, we came to embrace sex in trystrooms—where anything goes—and it’s all kept secret by the Privacy Act. Combined concern for humankind and the planet drives innovation, and businesses thrive in an environment where unemployment and poverty have been eliminated. The Government Reorganization and Realignment Effort enables one group of brilliant young designers to reclaim some of the ever-shrinking space—but bringing it to market exposes manipulation and corruption on a devastating, worldwide scale.
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A real “page turner” or I suppose in my case, “finger flicker” with the Kindle!…
…It really reminds me of the Dan Brown books—Da Vinci Code and Inferno—which I like so that makes sense that I like yours as well.
I have very little patience with books written by authors other than Stephen King, Anne Rice, Joe Hill, Christopher Rice, Shirley Jackson, and one or two others. I’m bored easily by predictability. Your book was anything but predictable. Your book is smart, consistent, and believable. And that makes a great book in my opinion.
I was hesitant to start reading your book. I didn’t expect it to be so engaging. I was immediately drawn in and am finding it to be a real page-turner—so far. I’m intrigued with the theme, the premise; and I love your writing style. It fits perfectly.
I just finished the first book! I enjoyed every single minute of it! I was absolutely sucked in. The story was so well-written and wonderfully complex. I will definitely recommend it to fellow readers.