In the future, privacy is a thing of the past."Staggeringly smart… Hanberg's expertly honed storytelling is sleek and fast… [an] entertaining tale."—Kirkus Reviews
"All three of these books managed to surprise me over and over again. In a landscape where so much of our storytelling conforms to templates, it was refreshing to have no idea what was coming or how it would show up. And like the best science fiction, it’s a story about our problems right now."—Aaron Reynolds, creator of Swear Trek and Effin’ Birds
Nevada, 2081. Colonel Byron Shaw safeguards the world’s innermost secrets. From a control center in Area 51, he monitors the expansive surveillance system that once saved him certain death at the hands of ruthless kidnappers. But not everyone trusts technology that peers through strangers’ eyes, so it’s no shock when a guerrilla attack nearly wipes out the network and spills his blood.
Tasked with tracking down the terrorist cell, Byron sets off on a globe-spanning chase that brings him to the outer edge of Earth’s atmosphere. But as he infiltrates their ranks, a growing suspicion about the system that preserved his own life could sabotage civilization.
Torn between duty and doubt, one man’s decision could rewire humanity’s future.
The Lattice Trilogy is a tech-savvy sci-fi adventure trilogy. If you like high-stakes action, thought-provoking dystopian themes, and gripping twists, then you’ll love Erik Hanberg’s cerebral page-turners.
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About the Author
Erik Hanberg has been a writer all his life. He lives in Tacoma Washington with his wife Mary and two children. In addition to writing novels, Erik Hanberg is an expert in nonprofit management, fundraising, marketing, and leadership. His books for nonprofits have sold more than 10,000 copies. He has served as the director of two nonprofits, the interim executive director of two more, and served in positions in marketing and fundraising. He has been on more than twelve boards. In addition, he has consulted with nonprofit boards and staff of dozens and dozens of nonprofits and foundations across the country.