New Best-Selling Science Fiction Series Explores the "Singularity;" First Novel Free This Weekend

The coming “information singularity” popularized by Ray Kurzweil is explored in a new best-selling science fiction novel.

New York, NY, August 13, 2012 --( Today, author Matthew Mather announced the release of the Complete Atopia Chronicles, a new best-selling science fiction series that explores the coming information singularity. For a limited time (Aug 11 to 14) you can download the first Atopia novella from Amazon for free

"The singularity is," said author and technologist Matthew Mather. "Now that we've demonstrated it's possible, I think you'll begin to see a lot of other books using this technique to illustrate concepts. In less than a week after its release, Atopia has shot into the top five of new tech sci-fi releases on Amazon."

Blue Skies is the first novella of Atopia, a near future world without borders that teeters on the brink of post-humanism and eco-Armageddon. The series breaks new ground not just with its use of augmented reality, but also that all of the stories are “sidequels” that unfold side-by-side.

Atopia is also unique as it brings to life many of the objects and characters in the book as an experiment in "real life" augmented reality. The futuring portal, a key element in the series of books, is a real website that readers can visit. As well, many of the characters are brought to life, with their own LinkedIn and Facebook pages. See if you can find them out there!

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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