Release date: Feb. 21, 2014
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ISBN-13 | 978-1494894368
ISBN-10 | 149489436X
An Amazon Breakthrough Novel Award 2013 Quarter-Finalist
A Kobo Next Sci-Fi & Fantasy Reads Selection, May 2014
Jonah Everitt is a killer, an addict, and a memory thief.
After being hired to kill a ranking officer of the Pacific Rim Coalition and download his memories, Everitt finds himself caught in the crosshairs of a terror cell, a rogue military squadron, and a Chinese gangster named Alice Xie. Xie is a profiteer of street drugs, primarily DRMR, a powerful narcotic made from the memories of the dead. With his daughter, Mesa, missing in post-war Los Angeles, Everitt is forced into an uneasy alliance with Alice to find her.
Mesa’s abduction is wrapped up in the secrets of a brutal murder during the war’s early days, a murder that Alice Xie wants revenged. In order to find her, Jonah will have to sift through the memories of dead men that could destroy what little he has left.
In a city where peace is tenuous and loyalties are ever shifting, the past and the present are about to converge.
Publisher’s Weekly* called CONVERGENCE a “smart splice of espionage and science fiction. … frighteningly realistic. Well-drawn characters, excellent pacing, and constant surprises make this a great cautionary tale about technology and its abuses.”
“kept me on the edge of my seat the WHOLE friggen time! The writing is tight. The world building is incredible, and the story itself is pretty compelling! A+”
-Melissa “Book Lady” Caldwell, Must Read Faster
“Not only is it original and fresh it makes you think about topics ranging from addiction to loss of personal freedoms and civil liberties. The book is very well written…”
“This is a book with well-rounded and evolving characters. It draws you in right from the start and keeps your heart rate up the whole way.”
A Top 100 Cyberpunk Bestseller on Amazon
A Top 100 Cyberpunk and Technothrillers Bestseller on Amazon UK
A Top 100 Science Fiction and High Tech Bestseller on Kobo
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*Publishers Weekly is an independent organization and the review was written based on a manuscript version of the book and not a published version.