By William Hertling
Leon Tsarev is a highschool scholar set on stepping into a good university software, till his uncle, a member of the Russian mob, coerces him into constructing a brand new malicious program for the mob’s botnet - the slave military of pcs they used to devote electronic crimes.
The evolutionary virus Leon creates, according to organic ideas, is winning -- too winning. all of the world’s desktops are contaminated. every thing from autos to fee structures and, after all, pcs and clever telephones cease functioning, and with them pass crucial services together with emergency providers, transportation, and the foodstuff offer. Billions may well die.
But evolution by no means stops. The virus maintains to conform, constructing intelligence, conversation, and at last a whole civilization. a few could be pleasant to people, yet others are not.
Leon and his partners needs to race opposed to time and the army to discover how to both befriend or get rid of the virus race and repair the world’s computing device infrastructure.
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A. I. Apocalypse (Singularity, Book 2) by William Hertling