Best-selling ATOPIA CHRONICLES science fiction series offering first novel free this weekend
PR Log - Aug 11, 2012 - Best-selling ATOPIA CHRONICLES science fiction series offering first novel free this weekend
NEW YORK, Aug 10th, 2012 – Best-selling science fiction author Matthew Mather has announced that he will be offering the first novella in the series, Blue Skies, free this weekend (Aug 11,12). In addition, for this weekend only, the full six book series is offered for $0.99 in the compilation Complete Atopia Chronicles (reduced from $5.99) (URLs are below)
"So great, I wish I'd come up with it myself," said Hugh Howey, NY Times and USA Today #1 best-selling author of Wool. "The Atopia series is one of those that will stick with me for the rest of my life."
In the story, Dr. Patricia Killiam is rushing to help save the world from itself by giving everyone everything they've always wanted. The question is whether she's unwittingly saving the world only to cast it towards an even worse fate as humanity hurtles across the brink of forever.
Blue Skies is the first novella of Atopia, a near future world without borders that teeters on the brink of post-humanism and eco-Armageddon. Atopia is unique as it brings to life many of the objects and characters in the book as an experiment in "real life" augmented reality. The PhutureNews.com futuring portal, a key element in the series of books, is a real website that readers can visit. As well, many of the characters are brought to life, with their own LinkedIn and Facebook pages. See if you can find them out there!
About Matthew Mather Matthew Mather started out at the McGill Center for Intelligent Machines, and went on to found one of the world's first tactile feedback companies which became the world leader in its field. His latest projects, MindHabits, was an award-winning video game that was distributed worldwide. He now makes a living writing science fiction, but in between he's worked in everything from computational nanotechnology and weather prediction systems to genomics and cybersecurity. He lives in Montreal, Canada.
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