Highly Recommended!


Review by John Kery, Goodreads, 5 out of 5 stars, Dezember 20th 2023

The Superflare by Andrew G. Berger is a gripping near-future science fiction tale that explores the impact of artificial intelligence and the aftermath of a colossal solar storm in 2051.

Berger delves into the thought-provoking questions surrounding the triumph of AI and its potential consequences for humanity. The narrative is skillfully crafted, drawing inspiration from the real-world concerns voiced by visionaries like Stephen Hawking. The novel weaves a compelling story around the possibility of artificial intelligences escaping human control, adding layers of intrigue and suspense.

Set against the backdrop of a post-apocalyptic world ravaged by a solar storm, the story introduces Julia and Winston, two characters from vastly different backgrounds. As they navigate the chaos and brutality of this new reality, the collision of their once-separate worlds adds depth to the narrative.

The adventures and battles that unfold compel Julia and Winston to confront the principles of their respective societies. The author skillfully portrays their struggle for survival, and amidst the chaos, a love story emerges. Berger masterfully combines elements of adventure, romance, and dystopia, keeping the reader hooked from start to finish.

The central theme of resistance against Tron, the artificial super-intelligence, adds a layer of urgency and purpose to the plot. Julia’s unique and powerful gift introduces an intriguing supernatural element that enhances the overall richness of the story.

In “The Superflare,” Andrew G. Berger delivers a thought-provoking and action-packed narrative that keeps readers on the edge of their seats. The novel not only entertains but also prompts reflection on the potential consequences of our evolving relationship with artificial intelligence.

Highly Recommended!


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