Snarky Naomi Wilcox’s already fragile life is turned upside down when she’s t-boned by a drunk driver. Naomi wakes from unconsciousness only to learn that she has several broken ribs, is going into surgery, and Sean, her son, is in a medically induced coma. The worst part, Sean is going to need a liver transplant to save his life.

Whether or not Sean receives a liver in time is directly tied to the Citizen Score, a score assigned to citizens that’s derived from personal data. Since Sean is under eighteen, his parent’s scores determine his placement on the recipient list. Naomi’s score isn’t perfect, and neither is Jake’s, her husband and Sean’s father. Perfect is what they need to save Sean’s life. Jake decides to take matters into his own hands, but it doesn’t turn out as planned. Now, as Naomi’s world crumbles further, she must figure out a way to save her son - at any cost.

In the year 2070 of Habitual Humanity, White Data continues the descent into the events that will create an apocalyptic and post-apocalyptic America.

White Data: Novella 2 (Habitual Humanity)