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Cat Pictures Please and Other Stories
Acclaimed writer Naomi Kritzer's marvelous tales of science fiction and fantasy are collected in Cat Pictures Please and Other Stories. Here are seventeen short stories, including her Hugo Award-winning story "Cat Pictures Please," about what would happen if artificial intelligence was born out of our search engine history. Two stories are previously unpublished. Kritzer has a gift for telling tales both humorous and tender. Her stories are filled with both wit and intelligence, and require thoughtful reading.
From Hugo and Locus Award-winning author Naomi Kritzer, Catfishing on CatNet is a thought-provoking near future YA thriller that could not be more timely as it explores issues of online privacy, artificial intelligence, and the power and perils of social networks.
304 pages, Trade Paperback, reprint of 2019 hardcover
Tor Teen - 2021 - ISBN: 1250165091 / 978-1250165091
CatNet #2: Chaos on CatNet
When a mysterious entity starts hacking into social networks and chat rooms to instigate paranoia and violence in the real world, it's up to Steph and her new friend, Nell, to find a way to stop it--with the help of their benevolent AI friend, CheshireCat.
304 pages, Paperback, Reprint
Tor Teen - 2022 - ISBN: 1250165210 / 9781250165213
Beck Garrison lives on a seastead - an archipelago of constructed
platforms and old cruise ships, assembled by libertarian separatists a
generation ago. She's grown up comfortable and sheltered, but starts
doing odd jobs for pocket money.
To her surprise, she finds that she's the only detective that a debt
slave can afford to hire to track down the woman's missing
sister. When she tackles this investigation, she learns things about
life on the other side of the waterline - not to mention about herself
and her father - that she did not expect. And she finds out that some
people will stop at nothing to protect their secrets . . .