Registered by seldombites of Cambridge Park, New South Wales Australia on 9/2/2013
This Book is Currently in the Wild!
1 journaler for this copy...
Journal Entry 1 by seldombites from Cambridge Park, New South Wales Australia on Monday, September 23, 2013
In the Nevada desert, a handful of scientists are battling to retrieve a swarm of rogue micro-robots that has escaped from the lab. The swarm is self-sustaining, self-reproducing and capable of learning from experience. It is, to all intents and purposes, alive. And very, very deadly. Because it has been programmed as a ruthless predator, a predator that becomes more dangerous with every passing hour...
And we are the PREY.
This is a paperback edition published in 2004. This edition contains 365 pages.
Journal Entry 2 by seldombites at Cambridge Park, New South Wales Australia on Monday, September 23, 2013
Prey is an extremely thrilling read about what can happen when cutting-edge science is applied by the military without regards to possible consequences. In Prey, nano-technology is utilised to create a swarm of deadly micro-robots. These robots are able to reproduce, survive on solar power and have a kind of hive-mind, allowing them to become one of the deadliest predators mankind has encountered. This is a very scary novel and I couldn't put it down. I highly recommend reading it.
Journal Entry 3 by seldombites at Newport Street in Cambridge Park, New South Wales Australia on Friday, November 01, 2013
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