Introduction

Introduction

To Alexandra, love of my life.
Thanks for your support!

 

Synopsis

What do a guy, a girl, a broken drone, a terrorist plot, an electric scooter and possibly an alien artifact have in common? Well, obviously this book. But what else? How are they connected and why on earth did they all end up in a sci-fi novel?

Ah, that is the question! Read on to find out. This may well be a complete waste of your time. But then again, maybe not. There is only one way to find out…

Progress Report delivers action, adventure and humour while exploring challenging philosophical questions about the individual human being’s actions and values in a technological society, nature of morality, value of human life, global terrorism, civilisational conflicts and other profound isues.

To the reader

I hope you enjoy giong through this book with me. Feel free to comment – you can do so under every chapter. Be gentle, as all creative people are very fragile, and I am no exception. But be honest – as there is nothing better than the truth. Speaking of truth – I don’t have a slightest idea whether this book is any good. Honestly – none. My normal mental toolkit that I use to judge a book quality with, has surprisingly failed me when it came to reading my own. So I’ve decided to publish it online and get your feedback, before I do anything else.

Writing this book is an exciting and wonderful journey for me, and I can only hope that you have as much fun reading it as I’m having writing it. My goal is to maintain a fragile balance of adventure, mistery, intellect and humour. Am I successful in this? You tell me. I don’t have a clue…

Trigger warning

These days people are too sensitive, so being a nice guy that I am, I have to warn you: this book does not serve or tries to smuggle in any political or ideological messages, however it does not care for political correctness either. I hope you find it interesting, engaging and occasionally amusing – or in the worst case it will help you to doze off at night. The book explores humanity without an ideological lens. Ideologically posessed people from all corners of political spectrum may find this problematic. Same applies to people that celebrate victimhood or identify themselves more with a specific group than with their own individuality. Unlike emotionally mature people, they may find some things in this book unsettling. If you are easily offended and are used to fish for potentially offensive words – this book is not for you. If you have an open mind – read on. You have been warned…

So, let’s get on with it. Click on the “74%” button (you will understand why soon enough, I promise) to start reading…

1 Comment
  • Roman
    Posted at 18:09h, 09 June Reply

    Please feel free to comment. Voice your opinion!

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