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Coming Soon: “Day One” by Nate Kenyon

Here’s another upcoming novel that looks interesting. It’s Day One by Nate Kenyon.

How’s this for a picth? “Cloverfield meets The Terminator

Here’s the synopsis:

Cloverfield meets The Terminator in this story of one man’s escape from New York City as technology becomes sentient

Scandal-plagued hacker journalist John Hawke is hot on the trail of the explosive story that might save his career. James Weller, the former CEO of giant technology company, Eclipse, has founded a new start-up, and he’s agreed to let Hawke do a profile on him. Hawke knows something very big is in the works at Eclipse–a major computing breakthrough–and he wants to use the profile as a foot in the door to find out more.

After he arrives in Weller’s office in New York City, a seemingly normal day quickly turns into a nightmare as anything with an Internet connection begins to malfunction. Hawke receives a phone call from his frantic wife, and just before the phone goes dead, she indicates that someone is trying to break down the apartment door. Soon, Hawke and a small band of survivors are struggling for their very lives as they find themselves thrust into the middle of a war zone—with no obvious enemy in sight.

The bridges and tunnels have been destroyed. New York City is under attack from a malevolent entity that can be anywhere and can occupy anything with a computer chip. It is deadly. It is brilliant. And it wants to eradicate the population of New York. Somehow, Hawke must find a way back to New Jersey and his pregnant wife and young son. Their lives depend upon it . . . and so does the rest of the human race.

Book info as per Amazon US [Also available via Amazon UK]:

  • Hardcover: 304 pages
  • Publisher: Thomas Dunne Books (October 1, 2013)
  • ISBN-10: 1250013216
  • ISBN-13: 978-1250013217
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1 Comment on Coming Soon: “Day One” by Nate Kenyon

  1. Uhoh. SOMEBODY pissed off the Singularity!

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