Benjie and Chesa are captives of the company for which they have worked for eight years. In the midst of their escape, they are escorted to the office of the company's CEO by a band of protective androids. They want the money they have been paid for their services and won't take no for an answer.
Benjie and Chesa, orphans living next to a gigantic landfill in Manila, are approached by representatives of Progressive Technologies Inc. Their brains are examined and found to be what the company wants. But is this company something the children, if they were older and knew better, would want?
Benjie and Chesa, twelve year olds whose brains are being used as microprocessors to run a factory, decide they've had enough. They are ready to leave, but is the company ready to let them walk?
Benjie and Chesa want out of their jobs with PTI, but the CEO, Yasmine Albright, has different plans. Benjie and Chesa must think fast and act quickly if they are going to escape.
Benjie and Chesa sleep while the company known as PTI uses their brains as microprocessors to run the production plant. After 8 years, they've had enough. But the CEO is not ready to let her prize performers go. Benjie and Chesa learn of the plan to permanently sedate them and prepare to escape.
Arthur C. Clarke was one of the grand masters of Science Fiction, and nowhere is that more evident than in his novel, Childhood's End. (spoiler warning).
At the San Diego Con geeks get to experience are sneak previews. Along with Iron Man, Captain America, Thor, and the Avengers, Marvel will introduce an obscure team – The Guardians of the Galaxy.
Famous for his Sherlock Holmes stories, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle was far from enamored with his most famous creation, and so wrote many fantastical stories. The most famous of these was The Lost World.
Adjust to the time change because Seth Tomko reviews The Forever War.
Few of the best writers of the Golden Age of Science Fiction are still alive, but their works are even more compelling & applicable today than yesterday. Fred Pohl also started the sci-fi fan craze.