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About A. D. Kissam
He has a masters in engineering, University of Washington. MBA was awarded by the University of Puget Sound. Certifications included Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) and Certified Ethical Hacker (C|EH), along with most Microsoft systems. In Washington, Allan was a licensed professional engineer.
Writing began with articles for professional journals and trade magazines. He has published original research in leading scientific journals and has two U.S. patents. Today, Allan writes about travel destinations with interesting historical stories, and enjoys his passion for science fiction.
"...It's a well-written sci-fi story that is filled with adventure and twists and turns. It's not one of those predictable save the world sci-fi stories..." -- Amy's Bookshelf Reviews
The fate of humanity rests in the hands of...frozen heads.
Ed Carmichael, a former Marine pilot, requested cryonic stasis of his body at the time of death with the hope that he can live again in the future. Ed's head is used as a cloned consciousness in virtual reality to regain control of an errant AI system running a genetically engineered world. He leads a team of other former frozen heads with critical specialties to eradicate the AI menace in cyberspace. They are mankind's only hope, and they have no choice but to follow through and emerge victorious over the self-aware software or die...again. It is a classic struggle of man against machine combined thoughtfully with a futuristic struggle for power and control against the rise of a new symbiotic species amongst humans. Will life in virtual reality provide an option for all of humanity to continue consciousness after physical death? Follow Ed and his team through the neural network to stop the spread of the beneficial parasite choking out civilization.
It is a race against the rise of a new symbiotic species amongst humans for power and control. In the end, you must decide for yourself if you would choose to live on in the biogenwork maintained by the AI.