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The Network Trilogy explores the lives of three protagonists who shape a worldwide revolution from the top down. Fortunately for many, it is not this world but a similar one far removed from here. More of a psychological study, it investigates the motivations and mores of a group which prefers a more ancient way of doing things in what most would consider a contemporary high-tech society.
Unlike many trilogies, this work is not entirely sequential but considers a time period during which all protagonists come to know each other, however brief their contact. In a way, it is a democratic tale of people starting with little and rising to great heights. Still, their notion of democracy harks back to a much earlier version in world history. This raises the question whether all arrows of time point to the future or might they reverse.