While Tellest and Otherworld clearly highlight fantasy, I think this is the first time where we are clearly promoting a very science-fiction heavy, real-world narrative. The End of the Computer is just so well-written and well-told that I could not pass up the opportunity to feature it here on Tellest.
At a point in our lives when computers and phones are getting smarter and smarter, the thought of artificial intelligence is giving way to something that can be described as “hyperintelligence.” It would be possible to create an artificial being who could possess all the best traits of both humanity and computers. But at what cost?
The best part is that you can feel the tug of whatever is behind the curtain. Is this book fiction? Is it a premonition? Is it actually cataloging events that have already occurred? You’ll just have to buy the book to find out! You won’t be disappointed.
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