Technosis: The Kensington Virus

In 2066, ground wars, cyber wars, financial catastrophes and civil wars continue to rage across the planet The civilized world calmly takes it all in, a monitor separating them from reality But the end is coming and it is a message A message sent to you by someone you know It will be the last thing you will read while you are alive, and it will be the message you willIn 2066, ground wars, cyber wars, financial catastrophes and civil wars continue to rage across the planet The civilized world calmly takes it all in, a monitor separating them from reality But the end is coming and it is a message A message sent to you by someone you know It will be the last thing you will read while you are alive, and it will be the message you will be sending to everyone you ve known long after you re dead Dr Jamie Baxter, a corporate campus physician, finds himself on the front lines in the battle against this secret epidemic when it is discovered that he is immune to the message Drafted from civilian life into an elite military response group, he is forced to do battle with the dead that are all but invisible to the living and to try and find the origins of the message the virus, the technosis.
Technosis The Kensington Virus In ground wars cyber wars financial catastrophes and civil wars continue to rage across the planet The civilized world calmly takes it all in a monitor separating them from reality But the en

  • Title: Technosis: The Kensington Virus
  • Author: MorganBell
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 495
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • 1 thought on “Technosis: The Kensington Virus”

    1. This story left me flat. Why? The main theme is how a rogue group takes over the entire internet and is able to transmit a neuro message to those who read it. The message short circuits the brain and kills the recipient which then turns them into a zombie. Why? I have no idea. Another bizarre caveat is how the message will cause techno devices to explode without explosives. I found this most difficult to believe. I enjoyed the science fiction elements to the story but felt there were too many ga [...]

    2. One thing I love about book reviewing is that once in a while you get a book that truly surprises you. Judging by the cover I expected a dark dystopian fantasy, what I didn’t expect was a sharp, witty dystopian fantasy that had me laugh out loud a fair few times. Science fiction isn’t always about the fiction; it is often about society as it stands and the author’s fears or dreams about the future. This is a fast paced, entertaining, well written piece about how technology has become even [...]

    3. Before the tsunami washes away and entire community, or aliens slip from pods dropped at night, it helps readers to see people in their normal situation before facing the anomalous and life-threatening. Morgan Bell brings us that glimpse in the opening of 'Technosis: The Kensington Virus.' But from then on in, we are swept along by action leading to action that grows more furious and made my fingers burn as I swept through the pages anxious for myself and the whole of mankind. Fiction woven from [...]

    4. Techno-thriller with horror elements! Its unlike anything I've had a chance to read so far genre-wise, so big, big kudos for that to the author. Anyone looking for a break from the standard zombie fiction, take a copy of this book, its thrilling, well-developed, the pace is great, and you will love the excitement and the action. And its not only that, but it will leave a residue of questionable anxiety about the implications seen in this book and our own world today, and where we are headed. The [...]

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