In 2091, Victor and Maria created Adam, the world’s first biological supercomputer. They dreamed of changing the world.
Now it’s 2101.
Adam’s running a mining asteroid.
Maria’s in a coma.
Victor’s dreams are in tatters.
Living in the pollution-shrouded city of Missoula, Montana, scrambling to find the money to pay his wife’s hospital bills, Victor doesn’t think his life could get any worse…
But then he’s forced to return to the asteroid…
And when that mission becomes a desperate fight for survival amid the dark tunnels of the abandoned mine, he must finally confront the terrifying consequences of his past.
What people are saying about Adam
“A gem of an indie and a great sci-fi thriller to pick up if the idea of a biological computer intrigues you. There are some wonderful characters to get to know and I dare you to figure out what is really going on until the very end.”
“I highly recommend this novel for its varied pacing, strong characters, well written and easy to read form, and overall because of its exciting and thrilling action that never seems to cease.”
“It really was some top-notch science fiction and the end was genius!”
Stephanie Verhaegen (Bookfever)
“The actions, adventure, thrills, emotions, suspense, and dialogue are great. The plot is non-stop and full of twists. The characters, good and bad, are complex and believable, even Adam. I loved this book.”
“This is one of the most enjoyable novels I’ve read in a long time. The concept is unique and edgy and superbly written. I hope there’s a sequel!”