Remotely Unplugged

Remotely Unplugged

by Andrea Perno

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Overview

Technology is all around us. Humanity is becoming hopelessly bound by it. What if a society were built exclusively with dependence on technology? An existence where all the information you need is literally plugged into your head?
Sarah finds herself within this world, craving for change, but all she sees is a mindless compliance to the technology around her. Her unwillingness to follow the status quo has landed her in trouble and there are those who have had enough of her meddling.
In an effort to correct Sarah's mal-compliance issues, she is taken to a remote facility to be "unplugged." "Reset" in an effort to make her conform to the world around her. But hers is not a simple reset and what she discovers once she arrives will not only put her in mortal danger, but will also unravel a truth far beyond her expectations.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781986730068
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 04/06/2018
Pages: 400
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 7.99(h) x 0.82(d)

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Remotely Unplugged 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Splatland More than 1 year ago
In Andrea Perno's outstanding Dystopian novel, REMOTELY UNPLUGGED, the protagonist, Sarah, doesn't go along with the status quo No, she's not about to let Civilnet decide what she should say, where she should go, who she should date, or what job she should have. But this rebellious attitude doesn't sit well with those in charge, so she is sent away - on 'vacation' - to be unplugged and reset. But 'vacation' in this world is not like any vacation I've ever been on. Sent to a remote resort high in the mountains, beyond the reach of Civilnet, Sarah finds herself caught in a dangerous web of betrayal and unrelenting terror. Tossed into the hands of a cruel and malicious serial killer, our heroine must find some way to survive and, most importantly, remember that which she has forgotten. To say that this novel is a page-turner is an understatement. Perno sucks you in right at the beginning and doesn't let go. The desperate cat and mouse game that Sarah must play with her abductor was, to me, reminiscent of the best of Dean Koontz (e.g. INTENSITY). Perno's novel builds steadily, keeping the reader on edge throughout until finally coming to a shocking and surprising conclusion. I have read quite a few books already in 2015, most by very talented authors, but I have to say that this novel is by far the best of the bunch. This is indeed an outstanding read and I recommend it very highly and without any reservation whatsoever. If I could, I would give it six stars! I was gifted a copy of this novel in exchange for my honest and unbiased review.