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Where dystopias and post-apocalyptic worlds clutter the shelves in science fiction with the errors of humanity, Sawyer’s WWW accepts the fault in humans and brings hope for change.
As Canada’s foremost science-fiction writer, Sawyer explores the impact of technology on humans and a global society, while simultaneously developing intimate characters from every walk of life.
Throughout the series, Sawyer thematically explores the origins of consciousness via a sixteen-year-old blind girl gaining sight named Caitlin Decter, Chinese freedom bloggers, a chimpanzee-bonobo hybrid named Hobo, and most importantly, the spontaneous emergence of an internet consciousness by the name of Webmind."