The Sirens of Bangalore
By Raymund Eich
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Published: Nov. 25, 2011
Words: 96,799 (approximate)
An American expat in 2040s India discovers the key technology to make virtual reality unstoppable. In doing so, he sets men against women, husbands against wives, fathers against children, and employees against employers, and brings nuclear superpowers to the brink of war.
Reeling from his second divorce, and seeking new markets for his business, Walt Walther, an American expat in 2040s India discovers the key technology to make the adoption of virtual reality unstoppable. But when Walt combines his discovery with his growing obsession with sexually explicit virtual realities, he creates a tenacious opponent--Bhavna Prasad, wife of one his key employees. Clashing in mass media, board meetings, and the back rooms of Parliament House, their struggle transforms the destinies of superpowers.
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