Big Data, Little Girls

Rated 2.00/5 based on 1 reviews
Copious amounts of surveillance data- Big Data- are gathered daily. Surveillance is everywhere- supposedly watching, searching for wrongdoers, and protecting. Only when Lily is kidnapped and forced into a life of prostitution along with other stolen girls does she realize that presumptions of the security provided by surveillance are entirely wrong. (Contains mature themes) More
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About Cameron Gallant

I love writing with purpose. I meticulously craft my novels, short stories, and poems in order to cause readers to think, laugh, and/or feel warm and fuzzy inside as if they just drank something hot on a frigid day. I enjoy reading stories with twists and surprise endings, stories with powerful friendships between characters, and stories that make me laugh.


Review by: James Jenkins on Sep. 24, 2016 :
Not overly good, bad or original. The implication in the title of "Big Data" being a major player in the story is not true, a couple of sentences that could just as easily be written to be people peering out of windows, and set the time of this story back a couple hundred years. Where it has already been told.
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