A Strange and Brilliant Light

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Pub Date 22 Jul 2021 | Archive Date 02 Aug 2021
Quercus Books, Jo Fletcher Books

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THE AI REVOLUTION IS HERE - AND THE WORLD IS ABOUT TO CHANGE FOREVER...

A riveting, thought-provoking speculative literary novel exploring the impact of the AI revolution through the eyes of three very different young women.

Lal, Janetta and Rose are living in a time of flux. Technological advance has brought huge financial rewards to those with power, but large swathes of the population are losing their jobs to artificial intelligence, or auts, as they're called. Unemployment is high, discontent is rife and rumours are swirling. Many feel robbed - not just of their livelihoods, but of their hopes for the future.

Lal is languishing in her role at a coffee shop and feeling overshadowed by her quietly brilliant sister, Janetta, whose Ph.D. is focused on making auts empathetic. Even Rose, Lal's best friend, has found a sense of purpose in charismatic up-and-coming politician Alek.

When vigilantes break in to the coffee shop and destroy their new coffee-making aut, it sets in motion a chain of events that will pull the three young women in very different directions.

Change is coming - change that will launch humankind into a new era. If Rose, Lal and Janetta can find a way to combine their burgeoning talents, they might just end up setting the course of history.

THE AI REVOLUTION IS HERE - AND THE WORLD IS ABOUT TO CHANGE FOREVER...

A riveting, thought-provoking speculative literary novel exploring the impact of the AI revolution through the eyes of three...


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