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   AZU-1: Lifehack, by Joseph Picard  
  Novel, first publication in October 2006
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      Regan's a young lady with the usual problems. Messy breakup, no job, new town, and unrequited love for a lady who's inconveniently straight. Oh, and a legion of walking corpses. -- In the near future, microscopic nanotechnology turns to the biological world. Great minds work together, and grow more excited with every advancement. When the experimental nanotechnology falls into the hands of a man with no purpose but bloodthirsty mischief, a city pays the ultimate price. While the world wonders what happened, no one knows that this may only be the beginning. A debt to a brother, duty to the military, and a feeling of responsibility for one who's been lost, all fuel the need to resolve a crime against humanity that has had the corpses of it's victims wandering dead streets for two years. As the puzzle pieces begin to click, an unwanted love continually gets in the way between the woman who can't stop loving, and the woman who can't accept it. ...and a cruel imagination plots it's next step...

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  • Artificial Intelligence (AI) - Thinking Machines
  • Future
  • High Tech
  • Homosexuality
  • Nanotechnology
  • Nuclear disaster - Massive destruction
  • Officers - Soldiers
  • Romance - Love Story
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