Monday, July 11, 2016

Review: World Wide Gone by Bart Hopkins

           World Wide Gone
              Bart Hopkins

The Internet changed the world: information for anyone, anytime. Social media connected billions. Together, it was the coalescence of people and knowledge.

Now, it's the year 2071 and Simeon and Karina are about to find out what happens when the Internet disappears, when the World Wide Web becomes...

World Wide Gone

A science fiction adventure story with a dash of romance.

If you love Sci-Fi and short stories, this is for you.

Bart Hopkins has created a future society so ruled by technology that when it disappears, chaos ensues.  Our main characters are all average people, with average dreams, but something extraordinary is waiting.

Hopkins write beautifully and his style as well as character development is engaging.

I read it quickly as I had to find out the end. Great Read!!


Bart Hopkins is originally from Galveston, Texas, but he has traveled all over the world during his twenty-two years in the Air Force.  Some places were beautiful—others not so much.

He was born in the middle of the 1970s, and at one time owned an Atari 2600 and a Vectrex. He mastered using the card catalog, and once sold a Mickey Mantle baseball card to buy a wetsuit.

Bart enjoys pretending he’s a photographer, watching movies, and relishes any opportunity for laziness.  Three awesome kids, a beautiful wife, and a scraggly dog live with him.



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