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BZRK by Michael Grant is science fiction at its best; it looks at emerging technologies and makes us think about the implications they may. BZRK is a book series written by Michael Grant. The series consists of four books: BZRK, BZRK II: Reloaded, BZRK III: Apocalypse and BZRK: Origins The series Publisher: EgmontUSA. BZRK. Author: Michael Grant. Publisher: Electric Monkey But a shadowy group of nanobot hackers known as BZRK are fighting a war against the Armstrong.
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This is no ordinary war, though. Weapons are deployed on the nano-level.
The battleground is the human brain. BZRK unfolds with hurricane force around core themes of conspiracy and mystery, insanity and changing realities, engagement and empowerment, and the larger impact of personal choice.
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