Food for Thought: A Psychological Sci-Fi Thriller

Food for Thought: A Psychological Sci-Fi Thriller

by Jim Johanson

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If you can't afford food, do you give up and starve, or do you steal just to feed yourself? Or do you sign up for Agritecture's "Food for Thought" initiative, a program resulting from the government's allowance of privatized food stamp issuance? Do you allow a corporation to install nanomachines in your blood and your brain to harness your brain's electrical energy for their own gain, just to feed yourself when you have few other options?

And what becomes of those people who refuse to succumb to starvation, but also refuse to take part in a Machiavellian corporation's desire to reign supreme over the sources of human nourishment?

In Food for Thought, a collective of hackers and ecoterrorists find an exploit in Agritecture's plan, though in doing so manage to cause potentially irrevocable harm to themselves in the process, resulting in a climactic battle of the individuals' souls versus the oppression of the conglomerate.

68,449 Words

Product Details

BN ID: 2940151200127
Publisher: Jim Johanson
Publication date: 07/11/2015
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 371 KB

About the Author

A psychonaut and avid researcher of the human mind, Jim Johanson seeks to find a greater understanding of human existence and to depict his findings in fiction. With a true appreciation for anything new and unique, Jim refuses to rehash old stories in his writing, rather does he prefer to expound on weird and otherworldly things that humans so rarely experience, and in the case of his horror genre writing, hope never to experience themselves.

"I enjoy writing sci-fi and horror, but any good story is about the characters and what they feel and experience, not about the set or setting of the story itself. You can create the most vivid sci-fi universe imaginable, but it will be void without meaningful characters, worthwhile struggles and compelling dialogue."

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