Nano

Nano

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Nanotech promises all things: Immortality, invincibility, wealth beyond imagination--and the utter destruction of Mankind. One man has it-and no one knows who... Mitchell Swain is the richest man in the world--until he announces the "ultimate technological breakthrough." The world stops for the press conference-and sees him assassinated. No one knows what he was going to say.Almost no one. Jennifer Rayne intends to find out. A leading journalist covering high-tech, she was scheduled to interview Swain after the press conference. Instead, she investigates his murder. What she finds is a scientist to whom Swain has funneled billions... A desperate U.S. government following the same clues... And a bizarre technology which promises invincibility, immortality, and the ability to destroy any enemy--or the earth itself. Mankind has entered the final arms race. It will last two days. As this breathlessly fast-paced nanothriller unfolds, readers are taken on a stunning tour de force of nanotechnology's promises and perils--until the fate of the earth itself hangs in the balance... * Winner of Nanotechnology Now's Editor's Choice Award *
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Product details

  • Paperback | 381 pages
  • 100 x 170 x 28mm | 181.44g
  • St Martin's Press
  • Tor Books
  • New York, United States
  • English
  • Reprint
  • 0765340712
  • 9780765340719
  • 2,226,282

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"The story takes the reader through a roller-coaster of excitement guaranteed to keep you reading it into the early morning hours."--R.J. Pineiro
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About John Robert Marlow

John Robert Marlow is a freelance journalist whose work has appeared in Parade, Omni, and numerous other publications. His "Nano" screenplay (based upon this book) has been honored as a finalist in the Nicholl Fellowships in Screenwriting Program of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences (the organization which awards the Oscars), and may soon become a motion picture. This is his first novel.
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128 ratings
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5 27% (35)
4 38% (48)
3 21% (27)
2 9% (12)
1 5% (6)
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