Acts of the Apostles

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In 1990, hardware engineer Todd Griffith is shot after discovering a secret function in a computer chip. Years later, Todd’s best friend Nick stumbles onto a conspiracy involving nanomachines, mind control, Gulf War Syndrome and an insane Silicon Valley messiah. Nick must stop this madman and his apostles, but he needs Todd’s help. And Todd’s been in a coma for nearly half a dozen years.
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About John Sundman

John Sundman is a freelance technical writer, essayist, novelist, self-publisher, volunteer firefighter, food pantry co-director, former Peace Corps Volunteer, husband, father, and advocate for people with disabilities who resides on the island of Martha's Vineyard, very near to Massachusetts, USA. He has spent more than 20 of the last 30 years somehow connected to the Silicon Valley/Boston high-tech/computer industry. He also has experience as a farmer, student of agricultural economics, and worker in rural African agricultural development. His books are more subtle than they appear.

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Reviews of Acts of the Apostles by John Sundman

Mary Thomson-Melling reviewed on Dec. 19, 2021

I read this book when it first came out, and I'm delighted to have the ebook now. I'm looking forward to revisiting a book that was was way ahead of its time. It's also a well written thriller, so you really can't go wrong.
(reviewed 3 days after purchase)
Sandra Gilbert reviewed on June 5, 2011

I know just enough about technology to understand how easy it is becoming for the events in Acts of the Apostles to actually occur. Which honestly, scares the beejeebers out of me when I stop and think about it.

Sundman kept the action tight and fast paced, hurtling you along on an all to "real" thriller of a story.

Wonderfully written and delightfully disturbing read.
(reviewed 46 days after purchase)
Judy Cox reviewed on May 21, 2011

I was not sure I could get into all the science and computer terms that I knew this would have. It suprised me. It is definitely a thriller, but sounds to me like it could happen. Loved the way Sundman told the story. I would recommend everyone one to try it!!
(reviewed 31 days after purchase)

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