J.B. Simmons is the author of seven books and countless legal briefs. His latest novel, The Babel Tower, tells the story of a Silicon Valley billionaire who sets out to build the world's tallest tower in the American heartland. The Unbound trilogy fast forwards to the world ending in 2066, and the Gloaming books speak to timeless philosophy. What's the common thread? Books that tackle hard questions and turn them into page-turners. Smart stories, big ideas.
New Release: The Babel Tower
Liz Trammell is Silicon Valley's rising star. Her company, Babel, translates every language in real time, giving the whole earth the same words. Liz's fortune has grown with Babel's worth.
What could be impossible for her now? She sets out to build what her father never could—the tallest building the world has ever seen, a place where human potential is unlimited, where even death might be conquered.
As the world rallies around Liz's vision, global powers vie to get their hands on the conversations that Babel has recorded and locked away. Spies will kill for the data. Friends will betray for it. But when Liz finds herself falling for the only man she can trust, she must confront the enemies inside herself—the greatest challenge yet.
The Unbound Trilogy
National radio host and author Hugh Hewitt on Unbound: “This is going to be huge. . . . The Da Vinci Code meets The Hunger Games meets Left Behind. . . . An imagining epic.”
The Gloaming Books
Even in literature and art, no man who bothers about originality will ever be original: whereas if you simply try to tell the truth (without caring twopence how often it has been told before) you will, nine times out of ten, become original without ever having noticed it. C.S. Lewis