Silver Hair Sins by Saumick Pal – The Review
After a very long time, I have read a thriller set in future. It is always intriguing to know what’s coming up? This science fiction thriller Silver Hair Sins by Saumick Pal provokes you to think. Humanity is questionable where religions and political parties drive into for their own benefits. Something different and dangerous is happening in this book. Artificial Intelligence replaces God but is anyone or anything more powerful than God? Can this Earth have a better life controller than God? Where will all this lead to?
Silver Hair Sins is one of India’s first visual-fiction with more than half of the thriller narrated by cinematized photographs.
Shining silver bio-metric chip
The basic theme of the book is to bring one religion, one consciousness and one world – The One AI. According to AI, One Silver World is fair and balanced. They call all atheists, agnostics, crusaders, bhakts and jihadis as Silvers. They have branded Silver as the colour of sin. From now on, there will be no more religio-political divisive power play. For centuries to come, generations of Balds will teach One AI what’s right and what’s wrong?
The story revolves around Akbar, Meera, Azad, Mary and Aasma. At a certain age, every human baptizes to become a citizen of The One. Here, Aasma has a shining silver biometric chip on her wrist. This chip constantly validates her actions running it through the sins-and-virtues One AI subroutines. It syncs every millisecond of her life with the One AI universal cloud.
The world seems perfect and people are happy with the new biometrics. But who is perfect? Can intelligence be more intelligent than God? Will the world change for good? There are so many angles to the same situation. You need to grab the book soon to know what fits in your opinion.
Saumick Pal – The author
The author, Saumick Pal, is an engineer and a visionary. He has been working for 13 years in myriad fields and is also a mentor to the youth of the country. He has also worked as a scriptwriter.
The story is set in the future and it is interesting to know the world ahead. How humanity changes and who is controlling all of them? The author has engulfed the suspense with the help of visuals and unfolding each angle at a clear distance from another. He forces us to think about the dark storyline. If in the present we are fighting over different religions and numerous gods then what changes in the future? We are already in a situation when everyone is confused as to which religion and God to follow. But when all this is waved off by Artificial Intelligence, how is humanity going to react? Is there any change in the dignity of men and women as compared to the present? Are people happier in the present or they will be in the future?
This book answers all your questions. It keeps you glued until the end. In fact, the author has aptly closed the book that leaves you thinking about the subject. It gives you a chance to improve your intellect and save your future.
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