Book 1 of the Virus/Earth II Series (5 Released – 2 to come)
Winner 2016 Summer eBook of the Year – Apple Literary Awards
New Apple Literary Award Best Ebook 2016
A “First Contact” can occur for many reasons, some good, some bad, some logical and some not.
A suspicious virus that no one can explain hits Earth and creates an apocalyptic world. Where did it come from? Who created it? It doesn’t act like any other virus that Earth has ever seen. As a result, the President of the United States and the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs face the collapse of the government and military. Consequently, a ruthless warlord takes control of the Capital. He is kidnapping and killing people; he wants more and attacks the government. While on a trip to Europe, the President’s wife and two children face the virus alone.
Commander Joan Herl, Commander of the space station Oasis, must deal with the viral attack on the station. Also, she must find a way for the station to survive while supporting the moon and Mars colonies. Both colonies are dependent on their support. As a result, the moon colony has some options, but the virus has isolated and trapped the astronauts on Mars. Because of the isolation, they have few options for survival.
While everyone deals with the crisis, two glaring realities appear. One, there is an intelligent computer is their only link to survival. Also, there is another computer that is following a different agenda. A conflict between the ‘Good’ computer and ‘Evil’ computer is inevitable.
Eventually, all of them make difficult decisions, and the surviving humans find only one friend; SIMPOC. SIMPOC is the most advanced, ‘thinking computer,’ destined by programming to help. In addition to SIMPOC an engineering development unit’s (EDU), only priority was survival. Therefore, the EDU had only two enemies: SIMPOC and the remaining humans. For it to survive, the EDU must deal with both.
Please Check These Advertisers Out
Ray Jay P on E=MC^2 In Every Day Life Interesting article, although I admit that it might be beyond ...
Łukasz Buczyński on E=MC^2 In Every Day Life Well, this is very popular but not entirely correct argument. ...
Robert Foster on Why do SciFi stories have mostly White Male Leads? May I suggest the Vorkosigan Saga by Lois ...
Most Liked Posts
[Twitter Widget Error] You need to authenticate your Twitter App first. Go to Highend Options > Social Links. Read the documentation to find out more.