By Mickey Zucker Reichert
First in an all-new trilogy encouraged via Isaac Asimov's mythical technology fiction assortment I, Robot.
2035: Susan Calvin is starting her residency at a long island educating sanatorium, the place a decide upon team of sufferers is receiving the newest in diagnostic developments: tiny nanobots, injected into the spinal fluid, that may release and map the human mind.
Soon, Susan starts to note an ominous chain of occasions surrounding the sufferers. while she attempts to alert her superiors, she is missed through those that are looking to hold the venture faraway from any scrutiny for the sake in their personal time table. yet what nobody understands is that the very expertise to which they've got given existence is now lower than the keep an eye on of these who search to unfold in simple terms death...
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