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Nexus by Ramez Naam, Reviewed by IEET’s Katherine McCarthy


Katherine McCarthy


Ethical Technology

December 18, 2012

If it isn’t the cinematic handling of some very futuristic images or the curious immersion of cybernetic pondering into the narrative flow; Ramez Naam’s Nexus will impress a reader with one very unusual device: it is the unadulterated humanity with its entire heritage that is the most alien and unfamiliar of this world.


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