Review: 'Extinction' is chilling thriller
"Extinction" (Thomas Dunne Books), by Mark Alpert
A Chinese experiment involving the use of political prisoners and a supercomputer goes horribly wrong in Mark Alpert's chilling thriller, "Extinction."
Alpert spins a variant of the Frankenstein monster mythos with the terrifying capabilities of current technology. A computer named Supreme Harmony is linked to the lobotomized minds of test subjects and begins to become self-aware. The test subjects begin to think with one mind, and Supreme Harmony's first task is to insure its survival by eliminating any and all threats.
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