#1 Best-Selling Book Explores Life with Virtual Children
Childplay, part of #1 best-selling sci-fi collection Atopia Chronicles, offered free this weekend
Aug. 17, 2012 - PRLog -- NEW YORK, Aug 17th, 2012 – As the world moves online, why not virtual children too? Childplay is the second novella in the #1 best-selling science fiction collection the Atopia Chronicles, by author Matthew Mather. It explores what life would be like raising a family with virtual children, and is offered free this Friday to Sunday (Aug 17-19). In addition, for this weekend only, the full six book series is offered at half price for $2.99 in the compilation Complete Atopia Chronicles.
"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."
Childplay, free this weekend , Aug 17,18,19
Complete Atopia Chronicles, all six books for limited time $2.99
The Weather Wars have left Commander Rick Strong beaten but not broken, and an invitation to head the defense forces on the new Atopian colony is an opportunity to start over again and renew his relationship with his estranged wife. As the world comes back into focus for the Commander, it seems the perfect time to start a family of his own, but on Atopia, starting a family isn't what it used to be, and time suddenly seems to be running out as dangerous forces threaten to consume Atopia itself.
The Atopia Chronicles are an exploration of the meaning of love, life and the pursuit of happiness in a world teetering on the brink of eco-Armageddon. What could be worse than letting billions die? In the future, be careful what you wish for.
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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