A page turner with conflict in almost every paragraph. If you enjoy fast-moving, well written stories, you will enjoy Open Source.
In a plausible near future, in response to a terror attack, Americans must be microchipped if they want health care or a job. Privacy is a lie, digital torture is real, and the well-off choose to install enhancing hardware in their brains. One man rejects all this. When a NeuroChip is forcibly implanted in him, he learns the hard way about mind control from both sides. Open Source is a paranoid, mind-bending sci-fi thriller for our time.
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