Author Brian King recently released the first novel written about the world's most amazing technology, the wearable Internet connected Google Glass designed by Google's Project Glass team.
Q: Why read a book about Google Glass? The product isn't even available for sale yet! A: Because the book is a visionary warning of the very serious and dark possibilities of technology controlled by a ruthless corporation.
King's ebook "Google Glass - Death of the Cell Phone" science fiction thriller exposes the dark possibilities of the revolutionary invention: Google Glass. In the novel's synopsis King states: Google Glass is the most amazing invention in the history of humankind. Is Google trying to create a New World Order? Adam Faith is the CTO of Google and the genius behind the Glass Project with a brilliant plan to change the world. The corporate monopoly and its executives with an ex-DOD agent attempt to thwart Adam’s secret schemes.
In the tradition of George Orwell’s 1984, Mr. King's dystopian novel is all about the possible ramifications of the amazing invention, Google Glass. Google's devious corporate politics and their self-proclaimed mission to rule the global economy set the tone of the novel. Privacy, technology and social change are the keynotes of the exciting and suspenseful science fiction thriller.
"Google Glass - Death of the Cell Phone" is the first in a series of three novels by King about Google Glass. The series continues with book two, "Google Glass - Supermind" and book three, "Google Glass - Earth2" which are currently in development. The first novel in his Glass series is now available at Amazon's Kindle store.
The actual Google internet device is currently in beta testing among the Google Explorers test group of users and is expected to be available for sale to the public in late 2013 or early 2014.