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The Explosive Conclusion to Nexus and Crux

Winner of the Philip K. Dick Award

 
Global unrest spreads through the US, China, and beyond. Secrets and lies set off shockwaves of anger, rippling from mind to mind. Riot police battle neurally-linked protestors. Armies are mobilized. Political orders fall. Nexus-driven revolution is in here.
 
Against this backdrop, a new breed of post-human children are growing into their powers. And a once-dead scientist, driven mad by her torture, is closing in on her plans to seize planet''s electronic systems, and re-forge everything in her image.
 
A new Apex species is here. The world will never be the same.

File Under:  Science Fiction [ Humanity 2.0 | Mind Matters | Hive | This Will Happen ]

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Praise for the NEXUS series:

"Good. Scary good."
- Wired

"One of the Best Books of the Year"
- NPR

"Provocative... A double-edged vision of the post-human."
- The Wall Street Journal

"A lightning bolt of a novel, with a sense of awe missing from a lot of current fiction."
- Ars Technica

"Starred Review. Naam turns in a stellar performance in his debut SF novel... What matters here is the remarkable scope and narrative power of the story."
- Booklist

"A superbly plotted high-tension technothriller ... full of delicious, thoughtful moral ambiguity ... a hell of a read."
- Cory Doctorow

"A rich cast of characters...the action scenes are crisp, the glimpses of future tech and culture are mesmerizing."
- Publishers Weekly

"A gripping piece of near future speculation... all the grit and pace of the Bourne films."
- Alastair Reynolds, author of Revelation Space

"A sharp, chilling look at our likely future."
- Charles Stross, author of Singularity Sky and Halting State

"The most brilliant hard SF thriller I''ve read in years. Reminds me of Michael Crichton at his best."
- Brenda Cooper, author of The Creative Fire

"Any old writer can take you on a roller coaster ride, but it takes a wizard like Ramez Naam to take you on the same ride while he builds the roller coaster a few feet in front of you."
- John Barnes, author of Directive 51

"Naam displays a Michael Crichton-like ability to explain cutting-edge research via the medium of an airport techno-thriller."
- SFX Magazine

"An incredibly imaginative, action-packed intellectual romp!"
- Dani Kollin, Prometheus Award-winning author of The Unincorporated Man

"The only serious successor to Michael Crichton."
- Scott Harrison, author of Archangel

About the Author

Ramez Naam is a professional technologist, and was involved in the development of Microsoft Internet Explorer and Outlook. He holds a seat on the advisory board of the Institute for Accelerating Change, is a member of the World Future Society, a Senior Associate of the Foresight Institute, and a fellow of the Institute for Ethics and Emerging Technologies.

His non-fiction book More Than Human won the H.G. Wells Award.

His novels has been nominated for the Kitscie Award for Best Debut, the Prometheus Award, and the Arthur C. Clarke Award. He is a 2014 nominee for the John W. Campbell Award for Best New Writer.

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Mal Warwick
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A scientist speculates about the future convergence of artificial and human intelligence
Reviewed in the United States on May 2, 2018
In this brilliant sci-fi trilogy, a new post-human species emerges—and what happens isn''t pretty. Demonstrating intimate knowledge of science in a brilliant sci-fi trilogy The Nexus Trilogy is especially intriguing because Naam is both an accomplished... See more
In this brilliant sci-fi trilogy, a new post-human species emerges—and what happens isn''t pretty.

Demonstrating intimate knowledge of science in a brilliant sci-fi trilogy
The Nexus Trilogy is especially intriguing because Naam is both an accomplished computer scientist and a science fiction author of considerable skill. All three novels in his trilogy are grounded in science. Contemporary research in such fields as neuroscience, artificial intelligence, and nanotechnology suggests the possibility of a post-human future that might resemble the picture he paints. But the books of the trilogy are set in 2040-41, and Naam freely confesses in "The Science of Apex" at the conclusion of the final volume that he would be "surprised if, by 2040, we have brain computer interfaces anywhere near the sophistication" of the technology around which the three novels are centered. Naam implies that he might better have set his story at the end of the 21st century.

A picture of the post-human future
In other words, the Nexus Trilogy gives us some sense of what might be in store for us down the road, give or take a half-century or so. Naam envisions the convergence of neuroscience, computer programming, Buddhist meditation techniques, biotechnology, artificial intelligence, and nanotechnology to create Nexus 5, a drug-like substance that diffuses nanobots throughout a human brain, enabling the individual to communicate telepathically with other Nexus users, even over very great distances. Some combination of these technologies with cloning has also permitted the creation of trans-human supersoldiers who are stronger, faster, and smarter than human soldiers. At the same time, refinements in the programming of the nanobots and access to a constellation of quantum supercomputers has led a supremely gifted Chinese scientist to transcend even the capabilities conferred by Nexus and elevate herself into what can only be called a new species: a post-human. This new post-human species quickly demonstrates how very far behind mere humans are left.

The Nexus Trilogy unfolds
Nexus, the first book of this brilliant sci-fi trilogy, portrays the impact of the development and spread of Nexus 5 and the fierce and violent resistance of both the American and Chinese governments. The two countries have led the rest of the world to ban the drug''s use and imprison anyone found to be using it (including babies born with it in their systems). Crux, the second book, focuses on the life-and-death struggle of Nexus'' creators to evade capture and inevitable torture and death at the hands of governments desperate to stamp out its use. In Apex, the final volume, war between human and post-human breaks out and comes within a hair''s breadth of forever destroying human civilization.

All three books are densely packed, with a huge cast of characters who are followed in short bursts that alternate throughout. The suspense is palpable. The violence is unrelenting.
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Darrel D Felty
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Ripped From Tomorrow''s Headlines!
Reviewed in the United States on August 14, 2017
The story is fantastic, and I would give 5 stars except for editing.The first two books had a clearly marked division between scenes- an asterisk, a row of spaces, an icon, something to show that the scene has shifted. Not so in Apex. The text rolls into the next scene... See more
The story is fantastic, and I would give 5 stars except for editing.The first two books had a clearly marked division between scenes- an asterisk, a row of spaces, an icon, something to show that the scene has shifted. Not so in Apex. The text rolls into the next scene without any indication of change, and can be very confusing. The reader must backtrack to find where the change of scene was, to make any sense of who is speaking or what is happening. This will probably be corrected in a later version.

Also I found it very odd that throughout the entire series the hero is referred to as ''the boy, yet in Apex we learn that he is ''not quite 30''. He is definitely not a boy, and I did not care for that name.

Otherwise, I was tremendously impressed with the plot and storyline of the book and the series. This is something that could very easily come to fruition in the very near future. When thoughts can be digitized, when brainwaves can be stored or read as digitalinformation, almost all the events in this series become possible. We cannot imagine yet all the potential uses for such technology. Combine this with super-computing, and the future is unbelievable.
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Vicky
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A Great End to a Trilogy
Reviewed in the United States on June 26, 2015
Ramez Naam’s Apex is the third addition to Naam’s Nexus series and the ending to what has been an exciting trilogy. Naam’s Nexus is a nano-drug that creates the ability for mind-to-mind communication between individuals that harbor the Nexus nanoparticles in their brains.... See more
Ramez Naam’s Apex is the third addition to Naam’s Nexus series and the ending to what has been an exciting trilogy. Naam’s Nexus is a nano-drug that creates the ability for mind-to-mind communication between individuals that harbor the Nexus nanoparticles in their brains. In the Nexus world, humans not only have the ability to communicate verbally to others through their thoughts, but also share their emotions and memories as well. Even though most of the series focuses on the usage of Nexus and the emergence of transhumans, humans that are part human, part technology, and the effect that is has on the human population, Apex focuses more on the emergence of posthumans, humans that evolve into a totally technological life form.

The posthuman in this case is Shu-Yong Shu, a neuroscientist that suffered from a catastrophic event that left her on the verge of death, whose memories were computerized and downloaded and transferred into a living clone of herself. The clone was hunted down and killed earlier in the series but the essence of what was Shu-Yong Shu was trapped within a server that was inaccessible to the outside world. In her isolation, not unlike prisoners in solidarity confinement, Shu-Yong’s thoughts and feelings turned toward insanity. It is the insane Shu-Yong Shu that becomes the focus in Apex.

Naam’s Nexus series has a feeling of a science fiction thrill ride; however, the basis of the series also has roots in what may be humanities'' eventual reality. Nanotechnology and nano-drugs are emerging technologies that already have an impact on our lives with nano-drugs Abraxane and Doxil being readily used for treatment for specific cancers. Mind-to-mind communication experiments are in the works with presumably a recent success of a rudimentary brain-to-brain communication experiment completed by an international team of scientists that were able to have two individuals communicate mentally that were physically separated 5000 miles from each other. Some scientists are concerned on what is called the ‘Singularity’, when technology surpasses human intelligence which could lead to dire effects on the human race. Naam’s Apex stresses that possibility through Shu-Yong Shu’s repression which leads to her insanity and her retaliation. Though some believe that the Singularity may occur within our life time, others including Naam himself believe it will be many years before we need to be concerned about the Singularity happening.

The Nexus series along with Apex is a fun series and I highly recommend. My only complaint about Apex was that it was a bit too long and dragged on a bit which took away some of the thrill from the ending. Be sure to read the appendix, as Naam gives a very informative review of the latest technology and its relation to his fictional works. Though this is the end to the trilogy, Naam has left a ''back door'' open for a possible continuation of the series. As a trilogy, the series must be read in order.
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AustinTiffany
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A Bittersweet End
Reviewed in the United States on June 29, 2015
"Nexus" is, and always will be, the best book in this series for a variety of reasons, but "Apex" is right behind it in quality. "Apex" is a whirlwind of cutting edge sci-fi, political intrigue, action, and ethical quandaries. While... See more
"Nexus" is, and always will be, the best book in this series for a variety of reasons, but "Apex" is right behind it in quality.

"Apex" is a whirlwind of cutting edge sci-fi, political intrigue, action, and ethical quandaries. While "Crux" was perhaps the best in the series at really digging into the merits and pitfalls of competing idealogies and ethics surrounding this technology, "Apex" is a good follow-up to that. But the action, the pace is what steals the show in this book.

The primary villian in this book is The Avatar, the cy-borg like shard of Su Yong''s broken mind. The PLF factors into this book as well, with a somewhat satisfying turn of events involving them at the beginning. However, the primary scene of focus is Shanghai and China and events escalating there.

Overall, a very good book. A very good conclusion to the story and world of Nexus. The ending is very bitter, somewhat sweet, and very sad; it may in fact bring a tear to some eyes. But just about everyone''s story gets a final send-off before the last page.

A few problems with this book, though, none of which necessarily hamper the overall story. Of course, my biggest problem with Nexus has been the bandwidth problem. Shortly after the movie "Avatar" came out, scientists pointed out that we do not, nor will we have any time soon, the necessary wireless fidelity or bandwidth to transmit human consciousness; there''s just too much simultaneous data. Now you could say, "Yeah but human consciousness is just a fraction of the entire scope of the human brain, and at any given time you''re only ''sending'' so much". True, and this is my other issue with the books: if Nexus had been limited to basically a cell phone in the brain, it would have been fine. But the ongoing issues of turning people into zombies with Nexus, with pushing emotions and vision and full sensory data over things like a CELLULAR network is a bit hard to accept.

Finally there''s the issues of sharing all of this brain data through cellular and other wireless networks. This book of course assumes that our wireless networks will become flawless in the future (HA!), that somehow everyone everywhere would, in mere months or weeks, figure out how to proxy this data through the Internet, that the Internet would be able to support this extra load, that authorities wouldn''t be able to easily detect those kind of data streams and shut down servers or even trace them back and arrest people, and that various other bits of infrastructures would come to exist so quickly.

To be clear, I would have been just fine with the ideas dreamed up in "Nexus", of people just being telepathic when near each other, of close-range peer-to-peer mind sharing. It''s when you get into the whole worldwide mind-streaming thing that things get strained and you have to have to suspend a lot of disbelief. This is of course not even touching on the fraility of human memory and that eyeballs are not camers ...

Despite all that, again, 5 star book. Not enough problems to really warrant any loss there, and what the book strains in believability, it more than makes up for in emotion and action and pace. Definitely a good close to the series. I look forward to Ramez Naam''s next story.
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Michael Hicks
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Epic Finish To A Terrific Series
Reviewed in the United States on May 22, 2015
[Note: I received an ARC of this novel from the publisher via NetGalley.] I was instantly captivated by Ramez Naam''s sci-fi debut, Nexus, and have loved reading how his characters and this near-future Earth have responded to the burgeoning transhuman movement.... See more
[Note: I received an ARC of this novel from the publisher via NetGalley.]

I was instantly captivated by Ramez Naam''s sci-fi debut, Nexus, and have loved reading how his characters and this near-future Earth have responded to the burgeoning transhuman movement. With Apex, Naam picks up the story threads left at the end of book two, Crux, and delivers a highly satisfying conclusion to his series.

Apex is a large book, in both page count and scope. The advanced brain enhancement technology of the NexusOS has been causing a political stir for quite sometime, and it all comes to a head here. There are political coups, conspiracies, terrorism, riots, the rise of AI, and the threat of nuclear warfare.

This is a dense novel, with multiple subplots revolving around the birth of the PLF, a pro-transhumanist terror group, technological heists between China and India stemming from the viral load of the once-human Su-Yong, and disputes over the US presidential election, and so many other moving pieces intersecting these various subplots that the book feels much longer than it really is.

And that, really, is my only gripe. While Amazon lists the page count of this book at 608 pages, it feels twice as long and makes for a bit of a ponderous read. There is just so much happening, and so many characters involved, that it''s hard not to feel the weight and pressure of the story. I recall the prior two books being rather briskly paced and energetic, whereas this one is more of a massive pot-boiler. While it took me some time to get through, it was certainly well worth it. There''s also the issue of information delivery, with segments of the story being told in large chunks and then abandoned for a long while to focus on other issues, before circling back to pick up the threads on something else.

All that said, I did find Apex to being a strong finish to the story with the characters meeting their natural conclusions and, in some cases, a few surprises along the way. I do wish more would have been done to make Sam less one dimensional here, as she''s been a strong character previously with a very interesting background and journey throughout. It''s a bit of a shame to have her reduced here to a simple worrywart, mother figure with little else to do. I was happy to see Ranjan Shankari with a more integral role this time around, though, and Kade''s steps toward becoming a leader was very well done.

Naam is due tremendous applause for keeping all the gears turning in this massive tome. As I said, there is an awful lot happening here, with a lot of spinning plates to keep an eye, but the author does a fabulous job of tying up the various thread and delivering an energetic and compulsively readable finale to not only Apex, but to the series as a whole.

If you''ve been following the Nexus series thus far, then grabbing a copy of Apex is a no-brainer and it brings the series to a close with a rollicking finish replete with serious tension and action. If you haven''t been, then I highly recommend you start at the beginning, where you''ll likely find yourself becoming a fan in no time.
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Charles L. Arnold
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focus
Reviewed in the United States on May 22, 2016
If you can temporarily suspend concern about GMO''s, the Nexus trilogy is very good hard science fiction. At first we see young people researching an illegal party drug, but this is much more. Forget the internet of things, this is the internet of human brains. Over the... See more
If you can temporarily suspend concern about GMO''s, the Nexus trilogy is very good hard science fiction. At first we see young people researching an illegal party drug, but this is much more. Forget the internet of things, this is the internet of human brains. Over the three books, the author explores the ramifications of this, and the ramifications of the rise of India and China in this century. We see enhancements in weaponry, technological and biological. The plot is a quest, and it keeps developing plausibly, and it keeps us considering important ideas, on what it means to be human.
The story in the trilogy is big, with several plot lines and many characters. Still, it is focused. For all the plot twists and personal trials, this is about humans and post humans. It is so well developed, that it could have gone on many more tangents.
For example, getting back to my crack about GMO''s, one thought that kept bugging me was, there are other creatures with nervous systems. People would have tried the drug on their pets. K9''s would have been enhanced. And so on and so on.
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An exciting read
Reviewed in the United States on August 20, 2015
By the third book in the Nexus series, Naam has clearly honed his ability to write action/adventure. Apex is a page-turner that never lost my interest. However, this third book is just way, way over the top in three ways: the tech, the characters, and the length.... See more
By the third book in the Nexus series, Naam has clearly honed his ability to write action/adventure. Apex is a page-turner that never lost my interest. However, this third book is just way, way over the top in three ways: the tech, the characters, and the length.

In the earlier books, the technology seemed possible, even inevitable. But the technology in Apex is off the charts, and I had to intentionally keep suspending my disbelief.

There are far too many characters in the book. I couldn''t keep track of them all, their histories, their motivations. I couldn''t possibly care about them all.

Apex is about 300 pages too long. The plot is just too big, with too many detours, too many twists, and too many concurrent tracks.

This book made me wish even more that Nexus was real. If I had Nexus in my brain, maybe I could have kept track of this story better and then enjoyed it even more.
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I''ve enjoyed this series from the beginning and while many trilogies ...
Reviewed in the United States on June 1, 2015
I''ve enjoyed this series from the beginning and while many trilogies fall apart before they reach the end, this isn''t one of them. Naam managed to keep up the tension to the very end. His characters are likable and memorable and help drive this story from all sides, even... See more
I''ve enjoyed this series from the beginning and while many trilogies fall apart before they reach the end, this isn''t one of them. Naam managed to keep up the tension to the very end. His characters are likable and memorable and help drive this story from all sides, even ones he introduces at this late game (Caroline Pryce may be my hero).

As a fan of cyber punk, I love the way this series walks the fine line between transhumanism and cyberpunk (I once heard someone say "Transhumanism is how technology will improve humanity, cyberpunk is what humanity is more likely to do with it") The ending is strong and satisfying, without tying up thinks too neatly (which is how history works really)

Brilliant, I can''t wait to see what he next comes out with.
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JJ
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Just completed my Nexus immersion. Wow!
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on November 28, 2016
What a fantastic series the Nexus Trilogy is! I bought all three in one go which is unusual for me but I figured at 99p each I was getting excellent value for my money if the story turned out to be a good read. A good read it certainly is. Not a quick read, as there is...See more
What a fantastic series the Nexus Trilogy is! I bought all three in one go which is unusual for me but I figured at 99p each I was getting excellent value for my money if the story turned out to be a good read. A good read it certainly is. Not a quick read, as there is plenty to get your teeth into. The science in it is so believable. In fact, at the end of each book Mr Naam tells you about the science that influenced his trilogy and what scientists around the world have actually achieved so far. That alone is worth the 99p. I have to say I gave this third book, Apex, a 4.5 star rating, as I found the many Chinese names difficult to pin down and I found I had to re-read a few pages at times to make sure I was sure who was who. No pun intended. I was so caught up in the trilogy that I went straight from book to book. I was a bit disappointed there were only three but the ending is a good one and it does the trilogy justice. I thoroughly recommend this third book and of course the other two, Nexus and Crux.
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Aaron
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Painfully great, epically moving.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on September 27, 2017
I lost sleep, couldn''t put it down, I laughed, I cried, I''m writing this with tears still dropping off my face.. read it, just read the whole damn thing as soon as possible. This is speculative science fiction at its finest. A glorious melding of modern science, it''s...See more
I lost sleep, couldn''t put it down, I laughed, I cried, I''m writing this with tears still dropping off my face.. read it, just read the whole damn thing as soon as possible. This is speculative science fiction at its finest. A glorious melding of modern science, it''s potential and the greatest thinkers of East and West, married in majesty and mired in technocratic misery.
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Rich Harrison
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Thrilling culmination to an exceptional post-Cyberpunk trilogy
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on December 21, 2020
If you’re a fan of the cyberpunk genre, sci-fi or just well written thrillers in general then this book (and the two that precede it) are well worth the read. Rather than the neon drenched dystopia so often portrayed in the cyberpunk genre, the Apex trilogy exists in a...See more
If you’re a fan of the cyberpunk genre, sci-fi or just well written thrillers in general then this book (and the two that precede it) are well worth the read. Rather than the neon drenched dystopia so often portrayed in the cyberpunk genre, the Apex trilogy exists in a future that is tantalisingly visible from our present. The technology, politics and religion feel tangibly within reach and combine fluidly to produce one of my favourite books across any genre.
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R. Abraham
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Buy it. Read it.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on February 18, 2020
So so good. Well researched- meaning based in fact. Great conclusion to a fantastic series. I put it up there with Hyperion and Endymion by Dan Simmons.
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Very Good Series Nexus 1-3
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on November 8, 2016
Excellent series of books. Gripping storyline, good characterisation, fascinating science and psychology of mind control. Just got a bit lost with all the Chinese names and characters which could be a trifle overwhelming. All in all a cracking and thought provoking read.See more
Excellent series of books. Gripping storyline, good characterisation, fascinating science and psychology of mind control. Just got a bit lost with all the Chinese names and characters which could be a trifle overwhelming. All in all a cracking and thought provoking read.
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