Thursday, 27 January 2011

Cyberdrome by Joseph Rhea

2,350 eBooks sold in 2010

Available on Kindle and many other formats
Winner of the 2008 PODBRAM Award for Best Science Fiction of the year!
When the human race is threatened by a deadly plague, our salvation might be found in a group of computer-generated virtual worlds, each populated by digital "people" and allowed to evolve in ways divergent from our own. These beings have no idea that they are only programs, living simulated lives and secretly monitored for new technology that could save us all. This is Cyberdrome.

When rogue programmer Alek Grey is called in after one of his programs inadvertently attacks Cyberdrome, he is shocked to learn that his ex-fiancée has become trapped in the system, unable to be removed from interface without risk of brain death. Alek knows of only one way to rescue the woman he still loves, but will he risk all of humanity to save her?
About the author:
Joseph Rhea is a research scientist whose preoccupations include writing and game design. Although a "hobby" writer all of his life, his first work of major fiction is the science fiction techno-thriller, Cyberdrome, winner of the 2008 PODBRAM Award for Best Science Fiction of the Year. Cyberdrome was co-developed and illustrated by David Rhea, a mechanical special effects artist whose preoccupations include drawing and 3D computer modeling.

Please visit the Cyberdrome website for previews, reviews and much more.

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