Apex

Apex

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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 more dangerous.

Humanity is dying. Long live the Apex.

Title:Apex
Edition Language:English
ISBN:9780857664013
Format Type:

    Apex Reviews

  • Rob

    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 fo...

  • TS Chan

    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 inte...

  • Dara

    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 n...

  • Bradley

    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-min...

  • L.A. Starks

    Whoa! Tremendous third book of the trilogy! This ambitious and technologically fictional-but-prescient novel crosses the globe between Washington and China in a blockbuster war-of-the-worlds kind of f...

  • Josh Bancroft

    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 ...

  • Jason

    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...

  • Robyn

    A satisfying and somewhat terrifying conclusion to a trilogy I couldn't put down. ...

  • Miles

    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-fut...

  • Jenny (Reading Envy)

    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...