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Apex (Nexus, #3) Global unrest spreads as mass protests advance throughout the US and China, Nexus upgraded riot police battle against upgraded protestors, and a once dead scientist plans to take over the planet s electronic systems The world has never experienced turmoil of this type, on this scale.They call them the Apex humanity s replacement They re smarter, faster, better And infinitely dangerous Humanity is dying Long live the Apex. New Download Apex (Nexus, #3) [ Author ] Ramez Naam [ Kindle ePUB or eBook ] – groundhogwalking.co.uk

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  1. Executive Summary This series has been a fortuitous discovery, and Mr Naam does an excellent job bringing it to a satisfying conclusion Full Review This series is yet another reason I m glad I found Goodreads I might never have discovered it otherwise.The fact that I read this book, rather than waiting for the audio book to come out should be a good indication as to how I excited I was for it My reading time is precious and my reading speed poor I made sure to clear my schedule so I d be a Executive Summary This series has been a fortuitous discovery, and Mr Naam does an excellent job bringing it to a satisfying conclusion Full Review This series is yet another reason I m glad I found Goodreads I might never have discovered it otherwise.The fact that I read this book, rather than waiting for the audio book to come out should be a good indication as to how I excited I was f...

  2. Apex is a great conclusion to the Nexus trilogy, a cyberpunk science fiction that blended thought provoking social commentary with relatable characters and emotional resonance.Imagine having the internet, a virtual reality platform and personal hard drives hosted in the brains of thousands or millions of the human race And it s an open shareware where anyone with unlimited connectivity can freely contribute any application This, in essence, propagates a single vast mind which is greater than t Apex is a great conclusion to the Nexus trilogy, a cyberpunk science fiction that blended thought provoking social commentary with relatable characters and emotional resonance.Imagine having the internet, a virtual reality platform and personal hard drives hosted in the brains of thousands or millions of the human race And it s an open shareware where anyone with unlimited connectivity can freely contribute any application This, in essence, propagates a single vast mind which is greater than the sum of its parts That is what Nexus is capable of accomplish...

  3. This third novel is a serious departure from the first two Global politics and truly high stakes action is involved, including several full featured revolutions, the machinations of an evil world mind, and a nuclear war Sound pretty epic It is.And there was enough action and solid pace to make the introduction of many new characters worth continuing Don t worry, though If you re worried that those surviving main characters don t carry over into this novel, rest assured All of them have cen This third novel is a serious departure from the first two Global politics and truly high stakes action is involved, including several full featured revolutions, the machinations of an evil world mind, and a nuclear war Sound pretty epic It is.And there was enough action and solid pace to make the introduction of many new characters worth continuing Don t worry, though If you re worried that those surviving main characters don t carry over into this novel, rest assured All of them have central roles, and it was satisfying enough to be a retelling of Siddhartha Although, to be perfectly honest, I much prefer this version It s as accessible as only a transhumanist revolution featuring love and hate can make it I always thought my idea of throwing thousands of poisonous snakes into a locked congress was a good idea, but Mr Naam...

  4. I loved the first two books in this series, Nexus and Crux so I couldn t wait for the final book to come out in May 2015 However, I couldn t get into Apex when I first got it It was slow, too many new POV characters, largely uninteresting So I put it down and figured I d come back to it later Over a year later, I did and much to my chagrin, my initial impression was correct and the book was ultimately a disappointment.Apex picks up immediately after the events of Crux which I largely forgot I loved the first two books in this series, Nexus and Crux so I couldn t wait for the final ...

  5. A satisfying and somewhat terrifying conclusion to a trilogy I couldn t put down.

  6. As part of my ongoing quest to finish up some series and trilogies I have started before this year, I requested the last book of the Nexus trilogy from interlibrary loan I love Ramez Naam s treatment of the post human idea he calls it transhuman which is apolitically correct term in the 21st century probably , but there are some things that made me enjoy this book slightly less than the others Still solid, still hard to put down.Putting some of this behind a spoiler tag since it might s As part of my ongoing quest to finish up some series and trilogies I have started before this year, I requested the last book of the Nexus trilogy from interlibrary loan I love Ramez Naam s treatment of the post human idea he calls it transhuman which is apolitically correct term in the 21st century probably , but there are some things that...

  7. 2 Stars Apex was a huge disappointment for me.It was long, drawn out, predictable, boring, and little happens for much of this book It is completely unlike the first two books I pretty much hated it.The series had pote...

  8. Love love love this series Ramen Naam is doing some of the best speculative writing on neuroscience, AI, the mind, and what it means to be human that I have ever read He s got a lot of great essays and non fiction, too this is one sharp dude I hi...

  9. Ramex Naam s Nexus Arc has become wildly popular since I read the first installment back in early 2013 I ve enjoyed this series and would recommend it to pretty much anyone interested in near future scifi, but I have to admit that Apex was a rather lukewarm finale.While Naam has created a vibrant speculative landscape full of tantalizing and terrifying futuretech, he has also failed to temper his obnoxious penchant for dull, sloppy prose I wouldn t have thought it possible that the third book Ramex Naam s Nexus Arc has become wildly popular since I read the first installment back in early 2013 I ve enjoyed this series and would recommend it to pretty much anyone interested in near future scifi, but I have to admit that Apex was a rather lukewarm finale.While Naam has created a vibrant speculative landscape full of tantalizing and terrifying futuretech, he has also failed to temper his obnoxious penchant for dull, sloppy prose I wouldn t have thought it possible that the third book in a successful series could contain worse writing than the previous two, but Naam proved me wrong Apex is a choppy, terse narrative that also becomes bloated with its own linguistic heft The book contains evencliches, needless repetition, and su...

  10. APEX is the third volume of Ramez Naam s trilogy that began with NEXUS and continued with CRUX These are near future thrillers that deal with a technology that is able to link brains to one another In the real world, there has already been research on technologies that would allow brain trasmissions on a very primitive level Disabled people can, to some extent, relay commands to a computer through thought alone their neural impulses get transmitted to the machine, and translated into comma APEX is the third volume of Ramez Naam s trilogy that began with NEXUS and continued with CRUX These are near future thrillers that deal with a technology that is able to link brains to one another In the real world, there has already been research on technologies that would allow brain trasmissions on a very primitive level Disabled people can, to some extent, relay commands to a computer through thought alone their neural impulses get transmitted to the machine, and translated into commands that it can understand Even the transmission of simple sensations and feelings from one person to another seems to be possible Naam extrapolates from these technolo...