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Going Places, Somewhere and Nowhere

Going Places, Somewhere and Nowhere

Luise Noring


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In this futuristic apocalyptic tale, war is raging both in real life and in cyberspace. Online communities have formed divisive factions which recruit people jaded by the vagaries of western living. These factions are in violent conflict with each other to garner territory in a society increasingly ruled by corrupt algorithms seeking to control minds with biased information through online feeds. The internet has become a dangerous weapon, a weapon which is gradually taking over the world.

The world war forms the backdrop for a remarkable odyssey. The protagonist and her daughters, Rocket, and Ranger, along with other free factioneers, people who have escaped the shackles of competing factions, roam the globe in search of somewhere safe to settle. Along the way, they must pit themselves and their followers against these insidious forces in a desperate bid for emancipation and the return to a simpler life, free from the virtual prison of online control.

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ISBN : 978-1-80439-361-1

Published: 28/09/2023

Pages : 174

Size : 205x140

Imprint : Olympia Publishers

Luise Noring

Luise Noring is a Danish citizen who has spent more than fifteen years living in different countries across the world, broadening her understanding of people, cultures and languages. When asked why she has spent so many years living and traveling abroad, Noring answers, "Curiosity." In fact, curiosity best captures her pursuit of knowledge that has guided her entire life. In her previous careers, Noring was an academic scholar of economics and ran her own international consultancy company. The book draws on in-depth research knowledge and practical experience with the people, countries and cultures of the world.

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