Prodigy

Prodigy

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Edward Mullen By EdwardMullen Completed

The greatest tragedy the world has ever known turned out to be the ultimate catalyst for change. In the wake of World War III, which decimated most of the world's population, the remaining survivors vowed to not continue to repeat the same mistakes of the past. Fortunately, they had something previous generations did not have - advanced technology.
  
  The year is 2117 and this once shattered civilization has become prosperous again. Innovative forms of technology have enabled them to abandon the old model and re-engineer a better way of living for all. Brain implants and genetic modifications have made an entire population educated, healthy, and kind.
  
  Despite the benefits of this technology, it has created some unforeseen side effects that threaten humankind's existence. When technology proves to be inept at solving the world's problem, a new hope emerges in the unlikeliest form - a young orphan girl.

  • dystopian
  • featured
  • female
  • future
  • genius
  • girl
  • heroine
  • prodigy
  • sciencefiction
  • smart
  • synesthesia
  • technology
kayloubuz kayloubuz Mar 18
HI CANADIAN PEOPLE IM NOT CANADIAN BUT YOU DESERVE TO BE APPRECIATED ANYWAY
BlackieChan21E BlackieChan21E Jun 17, 2017
I would be 35 if it was then. But not that Trump is president... 😂😂
CheshireChi CheshireChi Jul 11, 2017
1 out of 7/9 people? .......................I better be one of them =m= ..................XD
hollyjleech hollyjleech Mar 19
Ironically it's also the year that the sustainability development goals for the world are aiming to be completed....
BlackieChan21E BlackieChan21E Jun 17, 2017
This sounds to good to be true. I've learned there are no successful Utopian story's. But one the start as Utopian but are revealed to really be dystopian make amazing story's and I can tell this is where thats heading. This was a great first chapter and I imagine myself becoming a huge fan
JenniferDA3 JenniferDA3 Oct 30, 2017
If only the monetary systems had crashed as well, no money would lead to less conflict one would think.