Monday, October 13, 2014

Algorithm by Arthur M. Doweyko


 
 
Algorithm is a fast-paced, science fiction mystery/thriller. Using real science and real events, we are drawn through a rapidly unfolding series of discoveries and adventures, which  ultimately lead to a surprising view of mankind’s purpose  on Earth. The story has been likened to Indiana Jones and Tomb Raider in space.

A gold medallion found in a lump of coal  sets the  stage for two scientists, Adam Dove and  Linda Garcia, who struggle to discover its origin and  meaning. Analyses reveal it to be millions of years old, containing a sequence of symbols resembling a computer program. Besides dealing with the paradigm-shifting implications of  this  finding, they are pursued by a Nazi underground bent on retrieving the disk and a mysterious alien presence, which may be more  interested in destroying it. Ultimately, Adam and Linda face the most difficult decision of their lives, one which offers the answer to mankind's purpose on Earth, but at the cost of leaving behind all that they know and love. 

"Hard science fiction is always a trick to pull off, but Arthur Doweyko's novel, Algorithm, does it, and he takes you places you didn't expect to go. It's a fun ride, and if you pay attention, you might find yourself learning some things you didn't know. Nice job, Arthur."
—Steve Perry  New York Times Bestselling Author of The Vastalimi Gambit

"THE ACTION CONTINUES TO THE END … Hardly anything is what it seems to be. Genre readers should enjoy it; I did."
—Piers Anthony  Author of the Xanth fantasy series

An intriguing story from the beginning. OLD SCHOOL HARD SCIENCE FICTION about the modern biological sciences and nanotechnology. I loved it.
—Jerry Pournelle  Heinlein Award Winner; Denizen of Chaos Manor
 
About the Author
 
As a scientist, Arthur has authored 100+ publications, and shares the 2008 Thomas Alva Edison Patent Award for the discovery of Sprycel, a new anti-cancer drug. He writes hard science fiction, fantasy and horror. His debut novel, Algorithm, which is a story about DNA and the purpose of humanity, garnered a 2010 Royal Palm Literary Award (RPLA). He has published a number of award-winning short stories, which have been honored as RPLA finalists and have garnered Honorable Mentions in the L. Ron Hubbard Writers of the Future competitions. He is currently working on a novel about the last creature with a human brain. He lives in Florida with his wife Lidia, teaching chemistry and wandering the beaches.
 
Algorithm is published by E-Lit Books (http://www.e-litbooks.com/algorithm.html) and is available from:
 
 
 
 
For more info about Arthur and his writing:  www.ArthurMDoweyko.com

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