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eBook Deal: Get NEXUS by Ramez Naam for only $2.99!

Right now you can get the Book version of Nexus by Ramez Naam for the low proce of $2.99! This is the first book of the Nexus trilogy, with book 3 arriving in May.

Here’s the description of Nexus

An NPR Best Book of the Year – Winner of the Prometheus Award – Winner of the Endeavour Award

In the near future, the experimental nano-drug Nexus can link humans together, mind to mind. There are some who want to improve it. There are some who want to eradicate it. And there are others who just want to exploit it.

When a young scientist is caught improving Nexus, he’s thrust over his head into a world of danger and international espionage – for there is far more at stake than anyone realizes.

From the halls of academe to the halls of power; from the headquarters of an elite agency in Washington DC to a secret lab beneath Shanghai; from the underground parties of San Francisco to the illegal biotech markets of Bangkok; from an international neuroscience conference to a remote monastery in the mountains of Thailand – Nexus is a thrill ride through a future on the brink of explosion.

I’m not sure how long this deal is good for, so grab it now if you want it for your Kindle or Nook.

The follow on books to Nexus are Apex and Crux. I like how these covers connect together.

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2 Comments on eBook Deal: Get NEXUS by Ramez Naam for only $2.99!

  1. Timothy D. // March 16, 2015 at 7:56 pm //

    I’ve gone from one series where I’ll buy the book THE DAY IT’S RELEASED (Senana McGuire’s October Daye series) to three. This and Marcus Sakey’s Brilliance series both explore the next generation of humanity in different but compelling ways. Is there a sequel to “A Different World” Coming?
    All of these, btw, I became aware of by reading this site. Well done.

  2. Timothy D. // March 16, 2015 at 7:57 pm //

    Sorry, I meant “A Better World.”

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