“… artfully weaves elements of tech and politics into a thoroughly enjoyable work of speculative fiction”
“… as intelligent and satirical as it is insightful and engaging.”
—BookLife, on Noah Maher’s Desire, Justice, and the Bounty
Have you ever questioned our relationship with technology–and each other?
Designed to not take itself too seriously, this short collection of dark technological dreams and light satirical visions will make you think. While some shorts within are truly lighthearted, some are decidedly dark, but all touch on fascinating concepts unique to our current technology-dependent lifestyles.
Some of the questions asked within include:
- If you could choose your own reality would it be worth the price?
- Would the devil make a good immigration officer?
- What’s the best way to save the rain forest if you have some giant robots lying around?
- Should there ever be a Supreme Court justice made of Lego?
Maybe you’ve asked yourself some of these same questions. Maybe now you’re curious to hear the author’s take. Or maybe it’s just time for a break from the mundane. Buy this book and challenge your imagination, ponder new concepts, and maybe even answer a few world-altering questions you never knew you had.
“The whole book was such a pleasant read. Author Noah Maher is a great writer that can introduce you to new ways of thinking without being too forceful which a lot of authors fail to do. I will definitely read more books by him in the future.” -Amazon Reviewer
About the Author
It’s rumored that Noah Maher is a scientist, an engineer, and a sailor, but some might say perhaps not a real one. You see, that sort of thing really depends on what you call science, engineering, or sailing for that matter. And so, rather than worrying about what others imagine he is, Noah instead prefers to write about what he imagines is not (but might have been or could someday be). And that’s why he writes speculative fiction, and hopes you might enjoy his particular kind of stories.