In the not-so-distant future, as the world’s digital freight-train rolls right into its inevitable threshold of physical data storage limits, strange things begin to happen. At the same time, Kicis and Anna are each at a philosophical crossroads. The two of them collide under most inauspicious circumstances: things begin to disappear. As they try to find the meaning and reasons behind it—helping others to avert disaster—as though trying to solve the final riddle plaguing humanity, has a tipping point been reached in the bounds of Earth’s physical constraints? Or is it simply the beginning of the Datapocalypse? A novel on the throes of artificial intelligence creeping a little too much into our lives along with the continuous feeding of our picture-taking appetites. Datapocalypse is a poetic attempt to bring together science fiction, international intrigue, comedy, romance and dystopia in articulation of a fierce exaggeration of our destiny.