The immortality code

Allie Keane’s breakthrough in quantum computing holds the key to unlocking eternity. But can she survive long enough to use it? A riveting science-fiction thriller from the million-copy NY Times bestselling author.

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The breathtaking new thriller…

Allie Keane’s breakthrough in quantum computing holds the key to unlocking eternity. But can she survive long enough to use it?

When Allie Keane makes a revolutionary discovery in quantum computing, she kicks the ultimate hornets’ nest. She doesn’t know it, but a hidden battle for tech supremacy is raging around the world, and whoever controls her discovery will dominate the globe. Soon, Allie is being hunted by ruthless forces desperate to learn her secret, and only Zachary Reed, a gifted operative within a shadowy government agency, stands in the way.

But as extraordinary as Allie’s breakthrough is, it holds the key to unleashing something far bigger. An unrelated technology thousands of years beyond current science. A staggering advance capable of bringing about a utopia, rewriting the laws of life and death, and helping humanity spread throughout the stars.

As long as it doesn’t wipe out all life on Earth before that can happen…

The Immortality Code is a masterful thriller. One crammed with breakneck action, unexpected twists, mind-blowing science, and ethical dilemmas readers will be contemplating long after they’ve read the last page.

Over 230 five-star reviews in its first six weeks.

About the author

Douglas E. Richards is the New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of WIRED and more than a dozen other novels (see list below). His books have been translated into eight languages and published by major publishers in numerous foreign countries, and have garnered over 27,000 Amazon reviews (60% five-star and 24% four-star).

A former biotech executive, Richards earned a BS in microbiology from the Ohio State University, a master’s degree in genetic engineering from the University of Wisconsin–where he engineered mutant viruses now named after him–and an MBA from the University of Chicago.

In recognition of his work, Richards was selected to be a “special guest” at San Diego Comic-Con International, along with such icons as Stan Lee and Ray Bradbury. His essays have been featured in National Geographic, the BBC, the Australian Broadcasting Corporation, Earth & Sky, Today’s Parent, and many others.

The author has two grown children and lives in San Diego, California, with his wife and dog.