In a world where computers seem to be taking over, The Chip is on our side.
A thrilling, eye-opening journey into the world of science fiction. This book keeps the reader mesmerized through the futuristic yet plausible plot of survival and technology.
A society plagued by terrorism and the sinister hunt for an innocent boy intensifies.
A riveting continuation of the tale of Stanley Ross, a young man whose childhood disabilities were transformed into superhuman traits by Dr. Warren, an unscrupulous scientist who held him captive for years before his escape. Despite Warren's unrelenting and violent search for his powerful creation, Stanley and his brilliant uncle devise a plan to not only defeat their evil nemesis but save a world in crisis.
The search for a cure
Stanley Ross was born to happy parents James and Jane. James owned and operated his family’s hardware store and his brother Jeff, was what one might call a mad scientist. Jeff was working on a secret project involving cybernetic research. The purpose of the project and research was to create implants that could be used to replace parts of the brain when they failed. Imagine using this technology to repair brain cells or major parts of the brain and possibly cure diseases like Alzheimer or Parkinson's
The Chip's story begins...
When Stanley was born life seemed perfect at least until the day he started to develop some strange habits or what some might call “superpowers”. Pulled out of his everyday life by tragedy and treachery he must learn to survive in the cruel world he finds himself in.
Frighten, confused yet intrigued Stanley meet Dr. Warren and enters into this whole new world. A world where he becomes the subject of lab testing at the same time, however, he finds one benefit amid the horror: The implants he was given allow him control over his powers.