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The Deus Machine
The Deus Machine
Author: Pierre Ouellette
ISBN-13: 9780671536497
ISBN-10: 0671536494
Publication Date: 5/1/1996
Pages: 528
  • Currently 3.8/5 Stars.

3.8 stars, based on 10 ratings
Publisher: Pocket
Book Type: Paperback
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The DEUS machine has been forced to create the most powerful viral arsenal the world has ever seen. In an attempt to self-destruct it creates horrific new life forms that could decimate the world with a bio-plague
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In the year 2005, in the midst of an unprecedented economic depression that has ruined the country and brought the government to the edge of collapse, a renegade genius programs a supercomputer with an artificial intelligence (DEUS) that perpetually reinvents itself--and thereby comes "to life." But when crooked government insiders intent on making profits through chemical warfare use DEUS for their research, the machine, attempting suicide, spawns an unbelievably terrifying array of mutant life forms that begin to run wild over the earth. It's then up to an unlikely threesome--computer programmer Michael Riley, his lover, biomedical engineer Jessica and their young friend Jimi--to save DEUS (and the world) from the bloodthirsty and perpetually mutating horde.
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A slow read and an overly complex plot