Out of sight, out of mind. In the near future, a fluke of quantum mechanics renders Nat Morgan utterly forgettable.
No one can remember he exists for more than a minute after he's gone.
It's a useful ability for his career as a CIA agent, even if he has to keep reminding his boss that he exists.
Nat's attempt to steal a quantum chip prototype is thwarted when a former FSB agent, Yelena Semyonova, attempts to steal the same technology for the Russion mob.
Along with a brilliant Iranian physicist who wants to defect, Nat and Yelena must work together to stop a ruthless billionaire from finishing a quantum supercomputer that will literally control the fate of the world.
About Unforgettable: "[A]n ingenious and sympathetic hero who earns readers' goodwill and expectations for a strong ongoing series."-Publishers Weekly "The strongest section of the novel follows Morgan's childhood and the difficulties of navigating a world in which he effectively doesn't exist."-Booklist "In addition to telling a great adventure tale, Stone explores what it means to belong to a community, the nature of free will and the importance of autonomy."-The Dailey News of Galveston County About the work of Eric James Stone: "[O]ne of the most interesting writers of the decade..."-Encyclopedia of Science Fiction "The author creates a clever plot and characters worth rooting for, all leading to an exciting climax."-Tangent Online "This one has the feel of a classic ...a must read."-SF Site