Armed Memory by Jim Smith:
Science Fiction Inventions, Technology and Ideas

This is a remarkable book, is unfortunate that it is not available in a current edition. This is a book that begs to be turned into a movie; in reading it, it sometimes is very sparse, like a screenplay. The book is about "microded" gangsters who have genetically modified themselves to live as intelligent sharks. It's a great metaphor made real in the pages of the book; shadowy, predatory criminals living in the oceans depths. Select an invention:

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