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Prey by Michael Crichton
Michael Crichton practically created the genre of technothriller and with Prey, he's back to scare us with the horrors of technology again. This time it's nanotechnology, molecular-sized robots used for a variety of purposes inside and outside the human body. Throw in genetic engineering and artificial intelligence, and you can probably guess that best intentions will go awry. Michael Crichton novels are not high literature, but they do keep you riveted to your seat. The Detroit Free Press says of Prey, "this is how to write a thriller."