by Patrick Arnesen
Publisher: Smashwords 2013
Number of pages: 180
Scale Free takes the reader to a pivotal moment in future-history, when a fledgling society of uploaded people, still reveling in their new-found freedom, must face the turbulent old-world of humanity. Humans, burdened by their traditions and biases, are struggling to come to grips with presence of uploads; but one way or another, the decision to treat them as a blessing or a threat, will soon come to a head...
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