2 edition of Nexus. found in the catalog.
Originally published, Editions du Che^ne, 1960.
|Series||Rosy crucifixion -- vol.3|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||359|
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Nexus is the first book in a science fiction trilogy. The term Nexus refers to an illegal drug of sorts that contains nanotechnology. After being ingested, Nexus creates a network that allows people with the drug in their system to share thoughts and emotions with each other/5.
NEXUS is the first book in a trilogy. It can be read entirely on its own, with a satisfying ending. It can be read entirely on its own, with a satisfying ending. At the same time, the story continues in CRUX and finally concludes in the forthcoming APEX (due out later in )/5().
The book series Nexus. The book known as Nexus is also one of the Ramez Naam books. The book is mainly based on the science fiction. Naam started the publication process of this book in the year after he had published other science fiction books from the Angry Robots Books.
Nexus mainly talks about the nano-drug by that name. NEXUS BOOKS CONNECT LEARNING to LIFE and ALL SUBJECTS to a COMMON CORE. Our Common Core aligned, interdisciplinary books teach and inspire students to link, think and achieve.
NEXUS MEANS CONNECTION, LINKING and THINKING – NEXUS provides the linking that motivates students to think for themselves.