2035
2035
Author: Jonathan Stars
Pages: 568
Language: English

The year is 2035 and Charlie Noble invents N-hanced, an app for nano computers in the human brain. It promises to bring hope and prosperity to the downtrodden by making users instant experts on any subject. It will also free Charlie from his personal demons.While still in the testing phase, one of his coworkers is murdered. Then one of his test subjects apparently commits suicide under mysterious circumstances. Before Charlie can find out whether the problem is his software, corporate espionage or something else entirely, his company's board of directors terminates the project, bringing his dream crashing down and reigniting his secret fears.Wrongly accused of negligent homicide, Charlie flees government agents who threaten his life. He turns to his estranged friend, Jeff, who has abandoned all things high tech and is against everything Charlie stands for. Jeff is Charlie's last hope to help save him from disgrace and a life in prison—-and to put N-hanced back on the track to changing the world.What early readers are saying:Adrenalin-charged and hard to put down. Science fiction, mystery, action/adventure and courtroom drama. Stars makes it all work exceptionally well.—-—-Ray Walsh—-—-Lansing State JournalThis is an absolutely amazing story! I enjoyed reading it immensely. I think the book is a really brilliant achievement—-fully imagined, thoroughly plotted, peopled with strong, interesting and believable characters. It has a clear dramatic arc... and it engages the reader’-s emotions: we become deeply invested in the outcome of the story and the welfare of the characters we are meant to care about.—-—-David RumohrJonathan really knows how to keep readers on edge. It's been hard to stop reading this since chapter one. Very exciting! I hope there's a sequel because I certainly enjoyed this book!—-—-Valerie CranfillJonathan Stars has managed to tell a compelling story that contains elements of science fiction, mystery and courtroom drama. Stars understands the inner workings of human emotions so his characters come to life. Combine this with his descriptions of the near future and you have a first rate story. I was hooked from the first page!—-—-John CouretasNot being particularly savvy about deep technology I dove into this book expecting to be overwhelmed. Before long I got sucked in. By the time I was half way through I could hardly put it down. The courtroom sequences and interludes raced along and the author's descriptions of scenes were vivid. It was a great read!—-—-Steve Purdy

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