NANOPUNK – Action is Just One Click Away
“It’s smart sci-fi action that slowly draws you in then accelerates into a book you just can’t put down.
I highly recommend it.”
“The plot moves along a pace and is gripping and exciting. the characters are sympathetic, full and realistic. The combination of a futuristic world with barely on the horizon technology, and warm human relationships is unusual and makes for a great experience. Read it, then await the next one.”
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What if Earth froze over and you lost your family…
What if you discovered your sister was alive, kidnapped…
What if you could hack into the most secure network with a mere thought…
What if Police, MI6, NSA and a ruthless Private Military Corporation were after you – Dead or alive…
How far would you go?
A world devastated by the Big Freeze.
Three Billion people dead.
Governments and Corporations dependent upon corrupt and ruthless Private Military Corporations to maintain order and protect scarce resources.
A veterans army protecting isolated communities from gangs.
A teenager searching for his sister and on the run from UK and US Secret Services (MI6, NSA) and a private security firm that want him dead at any cost.
What Readers Have Said About ‘Nanopunk‘
“Smart and Sharp”, ”Pacey and compelling”, “Sit back and enjoy the rip-roaring plot”.
“gripping and exciting.. a great experience. Read it, then await the next one.” “Nathan McGrath’s novel Nanopunk carries a lot of clout.”
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Ominously foreshadowed by today’s headlines regarding the rise of Private Contractors’ involvement in National Security, Nathan McGrath’s novel Nanopunk carries a lot of clout. It’s an astonishing story of a teenager from a foster home searching for his missing sister. With all the confusion and torn decision-making that would imply, he’s also chased by shady government security and intelligence forces pushing him into an incredible, unexpected journey. But, in McGrath’s tale, this is no typical teenage boy. To say he is well-equipped is an understatement.
The seed of driven scientific research, laboratory carelessness and close family ties, Alistair may not know it yet, but he’s ready for whatever the near-future’s dystopian corporate culture can throw against him. Fighting his way through remarkably cinematic scenes set in a bleak, post-apocalyptic world, he finds his own young carelessness and his long lost family have given him weapons, connections and information the most skilled hacker would die for. In addition to a gathered group of rebel freedom-fighters, he has best ally cybernetics could provide: a private, full-time, organic connection with the world’s largest scale server.
How he balances his humanity with his uncanny abilities, despite betrayals and near-fatal accidents kept me turning pages. Through the crossed paths of his search, his battles and his finding real friendships, he matures far beyond the nano-technology that keeps him alive. If you enjoy fast-paced, action thrillers with a decidedly scientific bent, Nanopunk is for you. I’ll be looking for Alistair’s next chapter.