Miles Jensen has a confession to make. To the "true believers", he is the faithful guardian of a website devoted to the late Pete Novotnik, founder of a future-obsessed internet cult. But Miles is not a true believer - he only got involved out of a desire to rekindle an affair with Pete's wife, Kay. Hoping to shock the true believers into a crisis of faith, he decides to reveal his true colours and his dubious role in Pete's death. But when a journalist starts to investigate, he is forced to confront the truth about his motives for wanting to undermine the cult and his feelings for Kay.
A thought-provoking novel with flashes of dry humour, "In the future..." is about jealousy, belief and the utopian dreams we project onto technology. “Fluent [and] witty”, “Well written and teeming with interesting ideas”, “Fantastic” (comments by members of peer review site youwriteon).
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About the Author
Paul Samael lives in the UK. He is the author of a novel ("In the future this will not be necessary") and several short stories, all of which are available free of charge on Smashwords and various other platforms. He also reviews free fiction by other self-published authors here: http://www.paulsamael.com/free-fiction-review.php For more information, see my website (paulsamael.com).