We praised Ramez Naam’s Nexus for its “persuasively realistic portrait of human enhancement.” Now the third book in his Nexus trilogy, Apex, is out tomorrow — and we’ve got an exclusive look at the first chapter!
Last year, Ramez Naam thrilled us with his biotech revolution novel Nexus, about a form of nanotechnology that allows people to reprogram their brains — and even communicate with another person's brain remotely. Now Naam is back with the blistering hot sequel, Crux. We've got an excerpt.
Ramez Naam is a software engineer who spent years at Microsoft working on Explorer, Outlook, and Bing. Then he became fascinated by biotechnology and authored a non-fiction book called More Than Human: Embracing the Promise of Biological Enhancement. And now he's turned to science fiction. He's sold two books, Nexus…
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