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Bzrk (Hardcover)

Author:  Michael Grant
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Format: Hardcover
ISBN-10: 1606843125
ISBN-13: 9781606843123
Sku: 221992779
Publish Date: 2/28/2012
Pages:  400
Age Range:  18 to 21
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In the near future, the conjoined Armstrong twins, under the guise of the Armstrong Fancy Gift Corporation, plot to create their own version of utopia using nanobots, while a guerilla group known as BZRK develops a DNA-based biot that can stop bots, but at risk of the host''s brain.
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In the near future, the conjoined Armstrong twins, under the guise of the Armstrong Fancy Gift Corporation, plot to create their own version of utopia using nanobots, while a guerilla group known as BZRK develops a DNA-based biot that can stop bots, but at risk of the host's brain.Set in the near future, a conspiracy is afoot to create a perfect and perfectly controlled world. The Armstrong Fancy Gift Corporation is a front for the conjoined Armstrong twins, Charles and Benjamin, and the plot to create their own version of utopia.

A shadowy guerilla group known as BZRK form a nascent resistance movement. Both sides develop sophisticated nanotechnology to achieve their goals:

-The Armstrong twins develop the nanobot, a stealth device that latches onto the brains of unsuspecting citizens 

-BZRK's DNA-derived biots are deployed to search out and destroy the insidious bots.  If biots are destroyed, the brain cells of their DNA-donor also die.  Hence the name BZRK.

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