This is a nice little story about every day people and the bizarre things that can happen to them in restaurants for example. This was about a one hour read for an old nearly blind man. I can imagine all these things happening to my wife and I. I won't tell you what things, but of course it involves bad people and good people.
I wasn't expecting much from a free book and I think I enjoyed it far more than some books I have paid for. For the guy who thought it was too boring, I say "hang in there; it gets more interesting very quickly". There are many views about life in the future, some plausible, and some darn silly. I think this one is plausible if you have any imagination, and it satisfies both the techie in me, and my interest in people also. This was a pretty good story by a mature author, not some kids fantasy. It does show some possible future for earth that isn't dystopian; Rather a more optimistic look at the future; how refreshing.