Nanovax was supposed to be our salvation.
Death and disease, now obsolete.
Until the terrorist attack. Fifteen cities in a single day.
Again, they said Nanovax was the answer.
The same technology meant to heal us could now be used, through an algorithm, to track us, to predict human behaviors…
To thwart future terrorists.
I’m Lieutenant Brian Goff. I received the first injection.
It healed my wounds in the war. I became the face of Nanovax…
Then, the algorithm identified me as a threat…a terrorist…
Now, I’m on the run and fighting against the very technology that once saved my life…and if that wasn’t frightening enough…
The government has my daughter.
Algorithm is the first book in Theophilus Monroe’s Nanoverse, an action-packed dystopian sci-fi thriller series. As a former soldier suffering from PTSD, Brian Goff is not only a threat to the new system, but his very injury has given him control over the nanobots. Like Neo in The Matrix, Goff is an unlikely hero whose “technomagic” makes him the the last hope for human liberty, freedom, and justice.