Is a world without crime worth a life without privacy?
Are secrets worth keeping at the cost of truth?
Should justice come at any price?
Can faith exist without mystery?
Reflection: Book One finds Carlton Ferguson dealing with these thoughts in a future when society finds itself at a precipice, weighing the advantages of a technology that has the potential to answer any question humankind could ever ask, but only at the price of abandoning all expectations of privacy and possibly sacrificing many of our core beliefs on the altar of unholy fact.
Carlton knows where he stands. Do you?