In Reports on the Internet Apocalypse, the third and final installment of the Internet Apocalypse Trilogy, Gladstone, the would-be Internet Messiah, finds himself in exile from America, falsely accused of terrorism and murder.
Meanwhile, a government Special Agent is hot on his trail and has joined forces with a first-time Hollywood producer bent on optioning Gladstone's story for film.
When the World Wide Web returns in a highly compromised and commercialized state, possibly due to the efforts of a billionaire Presidential candidate, Gladstone and his pursuers must collaborate in an attempt to reclaim a free and open Internet.
AVAILABLE NOVEMBER 1, 2016
The Internet Apocalypse Trilogy
Praise for the Internet Apocalypse Series
"An oddly heartfelt journey through the wasteland of a techno-collapse. Gladstone takes an admittedly far-fetched . . . story idea and breathes startling life into it. He gambles here, but he wins." —Patton Oswalt
"With his sharp wit…Gladstone … throw[s] us unexpectedly into the sublime. At its core, “Notes from the Internet Apocalypse” is a love story [that] will break your heart."
"[A] profane, very funny comedy [with] a surprising amount of pathological drama . . . that shows there’s a lot of brains behind all those dirty jokes. An acid cultural satire that skewers what we would miss most about the online world."