By William Hertling
Leon Tsarev is a highschool scholar set on entering into a superb collage software, till his uncle, a member of the Russian mob, coerces him into constructing a brand new trojan horse for the mob’s botnet - the slave military of desktops they used to dedicate electronic crimes.
The evolutionary virus Leon creates, in response to organic ideas, is profitable -- too profitable. the entire world’s pcs are contaminated. every little thing from autos to money platforms and, after all, desktops and shrewdpermanent telephones cease functioning, and with them pass crucial features together with emergency prone, transportation, and the foodstuff offer. Billions might die.
But evolution by no means stops. The virus maintains to adapt, constructing intelligence, communique, and eventually a whole civilization. a few can be pleasant to people, yet others are not.
Leon and his partners needs to race opposed to time and the army to discover the way to both befriend or put off the virus race and fix the world’s computing device infrastructure.
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