"A spider web of thrills.” —SUSPENSE MAGAZINE

While investigating his friend’s mysterious death, Jevin and his team stumble onto a drug cartel’s plot to acquire a thought-controlled drone from Area 51.



Of all my novels, people have asked me the most about how much fact vs. fiction is in this story. Yes, I did research Area 51. I did consult with my military sources about experimental aircraft. I did verify the research on drug trafficking and drug cartels.

So, basically, all the pieces are in place. This is a story that could happen—and indeed in the last few years some of the things that I speculated about have actually come to pass.

If you like high-concept science thrillers that tap into current technology, I think you’ll enjoy this book.


Falchion Awards Finalist


“James starts this book off with a bang and never looks back”

—The Christian Manifesto

"Steven James knows how to tell a story that gets under your skin and challenges the way you think as only the most talented writers can. If you're looking for a mind-bending tale, strap in and take the ride with Singularity. I can't recommend it highly enough."

—Ted Dekker, New York Times bestselling author

“Singularity doesn’t lack for thrilling moments, with a foray into the mythical Area 51 topping the list.  Fans looking for James’ trademark thoughtfulness, spiritual questioning, and of course, rock-solid pacing will find all that and more.”


“Readers are introduced to a spider web of thrills.”

—Suspense Magazine

“The story is well researched, a hallmark of Steven James’ novels, and by the time it reaches its climax, one may wonder if Singularity is fact or fiction.”

—New York Journal of Books

“If you want detailed and unusual, thought-provoking literature, grab and devour a Steven James thriller.”

—Into the Fire

“I will never cease to be amazed at the skill James possesses to weave fact and fiction so seamlessly! It’s just amazing!”

—Window to my World

“Steven James takes his characters (and his readers) on a journey they won’t soon forget.”

—Life is Story