I'm fascinated by humanity's capacity to 'lift the hood' and peek at the inner workings of the universe. I love reading about science and I love reading science fiction where the author looks at what scientists are researching and asks, what if...
I like to kid myself that I’m not a pessimist or an optimist, that I view the evidence objectively (thought the truth is I swing wildly from one to the other). I do believe in two-edged swords, though. Potency hides in our weakness, and our strength masks dangers. Take, for example, the two great revolutions of our time, information technology and biotechnology…
‘INTERVENTION – The Pandora Virus’ explores a possible future for both I.T. and biotech, but the core science concepts are primarily biotech, particularly genetic engineering.
‘INTEGRATION – Hacking Humanity’, now in the editorial phase, contemplates humanity’s continued integration with I.T..
Reviews for ‘INTERVENTION – The Pandora Virus’…
“A fabulous near future sci-fi that introduces the reader not only to the very real possiblity of an ecologically precarious earth and the logical possibility of GMO humans… For lovers of sci-fi and bio-fantasy, this is a must read.” - Pavarti K. Tyler, author of Two Moons of Sera
“Oh. My. Goodness. This was a great book… believable and a bit scary… Ayden was a strong character – brilliant, determined, and definitely devoted to ferreting out the truth…. sometimes it was hard (deliberately so) to know who was telling the truth about what. The villain was great, and equally stubborn… Yeah, there’s not much to say about this one other than READ IT!” - Tory Michaels, author of The Dream-Walker War series
“This is exactly what I was looking for, and if you’re a fan of Michael Crichton, you’ll love this book, too. It’s a well crafted sci-med/techno thriller set in a future so plausible it’s downright scary. ” - Candace Williams, author of The Earthquake Doll
“Good stuff. Lots to learn about biology, climate change, that sort of thing. Food for thought. An intelligent page-turner. A must read.” – Jacob Whaler, author of Stones
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