What starts out a as a harmless school trip soon turns Sara William's small world upside down. Stranded, on a deserted island? It feels like some sad story straight off the pages of Treasure island, but this is no joke and to Sara's surprise it's not the short time she spends deserted that really terrifies her. Instead it's the world she returns back to with clearer eyes, a world where they practically rely on technology for everything. Perhaps just a little too much...
  1. Manmade Island
    DEF: (n) An artificial island that has been constructed by humans rather than formed by natural means.
  2. Disconnected
    DEF: (adj) too shut off the current in (an appliance for example), by removing its connection to a power source.
  3. Overdrive
    DEF: (n) to drive or work to exhaustion, an intense state of productivity or activity.
  4. The Text Addict
    DEF: (adj) one who constantly and obsessively communicates with others via text messaging, letter by tedious letter, from a tiny keypad on a cellular phone. The text addict finds odd comfort in the ability to avoid personal and/or vocal socialization
  5. Technological singularity
    DEF: (n) a predicted future event in human history caused by the ever-increasing ability of new technology to speed up the rate at which new technology is developed. Technological singularity refers to the prediction that technological process will b
  6. The Social Network
    DEF: (n) Any website designed to allow multiple users to publish content themselves. The information may be on any subject and may be for consumption by (potential) friends, mates, employers, employees, etc. The sites typically allow users to create
  7. The Discovery
    DEF: (n) the act or instance of discovery.
  8. The Resistance
  9. Bust
    DEF: (v) to break or ruin or to collapse from the strain of making a complete effort.
  10. Blackout
    DEF: (n) a period during a massive power failure when the lack of electricity for illumination results in utter darkness except from emergency sources, as candles.