Joined by a brilliant biochemist, Linda Garcia, the two are hunted by a Nazi underground bent on retrieving the disk and a mysterious alien presence, which may be more interested in destroying it. Adam and Linda face the most difficult decision of their lives-to leave all they know behind for the chance to discover mankind's origin and purpose.
Length - 460 Pages
Star Rating - 5
Arthur M. Doweyko has a background in science, and it shows throughout the pages of Algorithm. Readers will feel like you're learning something; playing with the big kids on an adventure of a lifetime, and it continues throughout the story. Readers will find themselves lost in a world of scientific exploration with a fantasy kicker. You'll be hooked. On the edge of your seat. Lost in the story.
The characters in Doweyko's world are interesting, even the minor characters that are introduced along the way. There's a good deal of character building here, and it begins within the first pages for the main protagonist and his team. In fact, the main characters grow significantly around the story which adds another element of class to this already great novel.
I particularly loved the sense of intrigue I felt when reading this story. Readers will be transported to a world of scientific discovery, absorbing each clue as the story moves forward. That said, for lovers of any genre other than science fiction, perhaps the hard science in this novel will feel a little overwhelming, however there is much to be learned for those willing to give it a go.
Doweyko's novel flows. His characters come to life. What else can I tell you other than I really enjoyed this book? Topped off with space travel and alien life, Algorithm is one for lovers of Sci-Fi, or science in general.