Mankind gets an upgrade In the near future, the experimental nano-drug Nexus can link human together, mind to mind. There are some who want to improve it. There are some who want to eradicate it. And there are others who just want to exploit it. When a young scientist is caught improving Nexus,... show more
Mankind gets an upgrade
In the near future, the experimental nano-drug Nexus can link human together, mind to mind. There are some who want to improve it. There are some who want to eradicate it. And there are others who just want to exploit it.
When a young scientist is caught improving Nexus, he’s thrust over his head into a world of danger and international espionage – for there is far more at stake than anyone realizes.
Publish date: 2012-12-18
Publisher: Angry Robot
Pages no: 460
Edition language: English
Series: NEXUS (#1)
Nexus is the first book in a science fiction trilogy. The term “Nexus” refers to an illegal drug of sorts that contains nanotechnology. After being ingested, Nexus creates a network that allows people with the drug in their system to share thoughts and emotions with each other. College students have...
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Very fun, and big thoughts, too — who should get access to enhancement, what makes us human, could we engineer our evolution into a new species. Glad to see more neuroscientists in action -- and some of them are good guys! I usually like more character development and subtler dialogue, but was willi...
Action, Thriller, Science Fiction, Cyberpunk, Dystopia, Hackers, Spies, ... what more could you hope for!? Highly recommended, and thoroughly enjoyed!(Warning grandma, it's pretty vulgar!)
I love books concerning enhancement technologies, so when I read the synopsis of this novel, which talked about the nano-drug Nexus that linked human minds, I was really intrigued. I picked up the audiobook of this and immediately liked the narrator (which is half the battle with an audiobook), and ...