MIT’s Technology Review has a bit of a secret: just about every year, they put together a science fiction edition titled Twelve Tomorrows. It’s one of the best collections of short science fiction out there, and you can now preorder the upcoming issue.
I was prepared to be annoyed by Daniel Suarez's novel Influx. This techno-thriller, which has already been optioned as a movie, has the feel (and logic) of a blockbuster movie on paper. But then I realized: Influx is science fiction as Hugo Gernsback would have written it if he lived today, a thriller packed with…
In Daniel Suarez's upcoming book Influx, someone is imprisoning the world's technological geniuses to keep technology from advancing too far. It's an intriguing premise, and clearly Fox agrees, as they've optioned it before the book's release on February 20th. Here's the book's official description from Amazon:
It's the same old story: Man dies, but not before having invented a computer that declares war on humanity. Proving that we never tire of that old chestnut, Paramount have optioned Daemon as a movie.