About About The First Cycle::
Someone is always watching.
Samuel Ramone’s life changed forever when the feeds went live. Every moment of his existence was recorded, and chopped into a reality TV broadcast on the feeds. Editors made it into something glamorous and interesting. He wasn’t a superstar, but they wanted him to feel like one.
Did he dare to touch his wife? Argue with her? Who saw those moments? Everyone. Which is why everything stopped.
Can one man turn the tide?
For the world, it meant an end to murder. Exploitation. Greed. It was utopia — a society free from crime, where the weak and strong alike could exist in perfect harmony.
Only… there was nothing perfect about this harmony.
Can Ramone, the inventor of this technology, finally put an end to it? He’s the one man who could do it. He’s ready to act, until he comes face to face with the dark side of the feeds.
If Ramone can’t hide, he’ll be silenced. And stopping Ramone will mean destroying humanity’s last chance to end the feeds.
Act normal. You’re being watched . . . by the entire country. If you want out, you’ll have to figure out how to hide first.
For fans of surveillance dystopian works such as 1984, We, and revolutionary TV series like The Prisoner and Black Mirror. Can you survive the feeds?