By Nate Kenyon
Once again our machines have turned against us, only this time it’s become personal. In Nate Kenyon’s new thriller Manhattan is at the epicenter of a digital meltdown when a renegade tech wizard unleashes the Singularity, which turns out be a lot less fun than anyone supposed it was going to be. It seems that the great AI in the sky has decided there are too many humans on this planet consuming too much stuff, and it’s time for a cull. Even the office coffee machines are on a murderous rampage, and only a heroic hacker turned investigative journalist can save us.