the autonomous carnagea short story by R. Scott Douglas
Something has gone terribly wrong.
25 YEARS FROM NOW: The launch of the Saber 5000 was the beginning of the autonomous car age. With only Sabers allowed on the roads, traffic problems like congestion and accidents became things of the past — at least for a short time.
But as Tom Cardwell is about to learn, the Sabers are not happy.
Dedicated to Michael Crichton, circa 1973, and George Miller, circa the Namibia years.
It's one last push to escape the city and rescue as many hostages as they can.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
R. Scott Douglas has, at various times, been a journalist, magazine editor, documentary filmmaker and currently is a corporate communications manager. He enjoys traveling and exploring.
He is the author of the novel The Devil's Highway (Amazon, paperback) and a frequent contributor of short documentaries on YouTube.
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