From the Author
"Science fiction in the tradition of Poul, Niven and Asimov."
"Wow. This book was amazing. The world that the authors have painted is probably the most believable and relatable sci-fi world I have ever seen, and yet has a lot of ideas and technology that I wouldn't have thought of. Everything from the characters to the political environment and future history of the world is intriguing and well thought out."
"The Beam is sci-fi for people who think they don't like sci-fi. The world has gone to hell, North America is behind a very high wall, the two party political system is at each others throats with a new election weeks away, and there are people who would rather live online than participating in real life ... sound familiar?"
"This is a smart person's kind of futuristic thriller, way more than just dramatic plot points and cool tech."
"I'm breathless. The tech and philosophy in this book are perfectly interwoven. It's got intrigue, schemes, people who are half-cyborg, hints of genetic engineering. The Beam is techno thriller meets science fiction. Strong female characters, detestable politicians, nanobots, dirty cops, honorable men, you name it. It's not quite like anything else."