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What do you get when you cross 18 billion minds with a world wide nerve induction network? Gestalt - the meta mind. But is this mind benign and beneficial, or harboring a deadly plan for humanity? A faulty data mask forces Jaz Reese to leave the net, where she discovers a whole new world of sensory input, more real, her senses more acute. But she is an outcast in a world of the constantly connected, and soon she receives a cryptic message from another of the disconnected: "The Beast is watching you......".
But wait, there's more! Another meta mind exists, and it threatens the original. Will Jaz take sides? Will she help pit one against another? And what does it mean for humanity if she is successful in revealing the hidden secrets of Gestalt? Read ON!
Taking place in the late 21st Century, this work postulates the way the internet may grow, and the way we may interact with it. Good science, and great story telling! While not explicitly nanoscience, there are many elements that result from nanoscale technology.
Syne Mitchell has a deft touch in developing her characters, neither too detailed nor too skimpy. Her writing is easy to follow, with very little complicated technology that would have bogged the narrative down.
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