Marginally Human - a sci-fi book 2

Marginally Human – a sci-fi book

So, I did it finally. I’d been planning to write a book for a very long time. The problem was that it was a series of books in my mind, and I lacked experience. It also took a lot of planning.

When writing a book knowing that it is going to be a series, there needs to be a lot of planning for plot beyond the book. Things hinted in this book will be manifested in the next several books. Getting all that in place took time.

The book is self-published and available on Amazon Kindle. India, US, UK (If you are in another country, just changing the amazon base url should work, I think, or you can message me for a link to the book or you can just search)

You should be able to read it for free if you have Kindle Unlimited or you should be able to download a sample to read for free anyway.

So far, those who read the whole thing are waiting eagerly for a sequel.

This series is set in the 25th century, though it refers to events from as far back as this century.

It is a different world. Mankind has been decimated in a series of misfortunes ranging from climate change and pandemics to economic inequality, regional conflicts and wars. However, you will be glad to know that the third world war did not happen.

What happened instead was a 100-year-long Enduring War and the world that came out the other side didn’t have many things we take for granted today – like 99% of the world population, governments, TV channels or the internet. It is still an advanced society that has been at peace for several centuries.

Losing so much of the population has shifted the mood of the world from mutual destruction to mutual survival. Murder is the most horrible crime, and even death penalties are abolished. There are no governments, but governance provider companies ensure fundamental rights for all, which include everything understood to be a right today, in addition to a few we will eventually get around to.

The right of humans to survive is paramount.

Gigantic dormitories accommodate millions of people and provide for their needs free of cost. You can live forever without working a single day in your life.

Yep, you heard right. Forever. Humans have also managed to achieve immortality.

So everything is so fantastic. What could possibly go wrong?

That’s in the book – Marginally Human.

Two women from the comdorms investigate a series of unsolved crimes to make a discovery that will ….

Go read. That’s the book.

If you’d like to read all of my books for free always, you can volunteer to beta read drafts 😀

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