Tuesday, August 3, 2010
Real nanotech. Real medicine. And zombies.
For the paperback edition, the cover background has been made lighter and brighter. That's a welcome change: you no longer have to take my word for it that those nanobots are swimming in blood :-)
Curious? Here's my October 2009 announcement of the hardback edition. For a sample from the novel, click through to Amazon. And here are a few recent reviews:
"This book was smart, engaging, and tight, with all the little pieces fitting together ... Highly recommended."
— Intergalactic Medicine Show
"A solid SF novel and we don't see many of them these days."
"[Lerner] has proven himself a master of weaving intricate tales about future possibilities."
— Curled Up with a Good Book
"I highly recommend Small Miracles to anyone interested in relatively near future SF, and in the fascinating possibilities of nanotechnology."
"A very powerful argument for deliberation with experimental techniques as well as a suspenseful story—a modern day Frankenstein with the potential for global tragedy."
— Critical Mass
This being a commercial announcement, here's an Amazon link for Small Miracles.