Cover of Nanowhere

Nanowhere

Auhtor: Chris Howard

Language: english
Published: 2006

Genres:

science fiction,  post 1930,  creative commons
Downloads: 118
eBook size: 206Kb

Review by Joanna Daneman, September 2007


Rating: (*****)
Copyright: Public Domain in the U.S.
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Summary of the Book 'Nanowhere':

Nanowhere by Chris Howard. Nanowhere it s a love story with all the usual elements rogue soldiers computer hacking tyranny cryptography frustrated hit-men with an affinity for rolled adhesives rebellious skateboarders and billion-node self-organizing nanotech ghosts.

Excerpts from the Book 'Nanowhere':


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... ABSENCE OF ERRORS, WHETHER OR NOT DISCOVERABLE. SOME JURISDICTIONS DO NOT ALLOW THE EXCLUSION OF IMPLIED WARRANTIES, SO SUCH EXCLUSION MAY NOT APPLY TO ...
... caught all of this in the space of a few seconds. As soon as the trooper started speaking, he stopped, having seen another of his team give ...
... backpack around, charcoal black against smooth brown skin and a flare of tight neon green clothing. She lowered it to the ground as she rolled up to ...
... hazel eyes that bugged out and shifted color with the changing light. He liked this effect, and made a habit of moving around a lot, which annoyed just ...
... rim and spun her head around. She heard the dull tap of wheels on pavement and someone chuckling. Kaffia and Alex weren't alone anymore, and although ...
... had passed. He hadn't shut himself off from the world, but the world from him. He diligently read the blogs and newsfeeds. The was rife with Straff ...
... mouth into a wide smile of perfect white teeth and aimed them at him like a weapons array. Greenleigh was a pale rickety man in a faithful black ...
... nodding. Damn, that's why she liked Alex. Because he could think to say something like that when faced with something like this. Zane giggled irritatingly, ...
... throat, pointy ends poking spongy tissue and kicking phlegm production into high gear. Alex heard his journal hit the concrete with a slap. Drew ...
... She was going somewhere with a purpose. Her fists-tight. Wherever she was going, it looked like she'd be ready for anything, coding to combat. I ...
... attacked her probably got what they deserved-sometimes through their parents. Nothing you could tie back to NDIS, but, you know, sometimes credit ...
... hair standing on end, readiness to debate, intense scowling, what else. Trepidation. Kaffia ventured. Yeah, I'm feeling it too, said Alex. €and ...
... the future vision in his head. AMIA had been constructed, molecule by molecule (of whatever bricks are made of), under the leadership of the powerful ...
... Is there a family in the country that didn't lose at least one member to Straff's advanced medical org. Plenty of them would be up for a pay-per-view ...
... at his post and had dragged his dying body up against the trunk so he could get one last look at the world. Alex and Kaffia exchanged looks. ...
... through the tunnel opening. It felt like someone dragging an icy steel cable over her skin, down her legs, over her feet. And then she was all the way ...
... glared at the sleeve of his shirt, flicked away a little of wedge of something wet that had landed on him, and sniffed the dark stain on the soft white ...
... of tree bark, and billowing, living clouds of gray dust that preceded her up the street, the discarded crumbs of nature that she pushed into neat little ...
... preciously cared for vehicle in your driveway. The ciphers labored stupidly in the blazing summer sun and shit-for-brains took on a new meaning. But ...