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Blood Music by Greg Bear
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Apr 13, 2010

it was amazing

Blood Music begins as Vergil Ulam, a “rogue” biotechnologist, creates lymphocytes, a type of white blood cell, that become sentient, self-organizing into their own civilization inside Ulam’s body. Of course, the newly intelligent organisms soon escape the confines of Vergil Ulam and begin infecting the world, with disastrous results for mankind. Blood Music is thoroughly intriguing, suffering only from a few shallow characters towards the end of the book. Flaws aside, the concepts discussed in Blood Music certainly warrant it at least one reading for those interested in science fiction, and especially nanotechnology.
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