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pre➵ [Read] ➯ pre By Christopher Godsoe ✤ – Bluevapours.co.uk 22 year old Miles Torvalds doesn't need to cure cancer to save his mother's life he just needs to find a way to steal one and a half million dollars to pay for it In 2037 cancer isn't an automatic dea year old Miles Torvalds doesn't need to cure cancer to save his mother's life he just needs to find a way to steal one and a half million dollars to pay for it In cancer isn't an automatic death sentence if you can come up with the cash but what is certain is that Miles will spend the rest of his life in prison if he's caught A chance encounter with an old flame introduces him to an enigmatic man named Atlas and he just may be the answer to Miles' prayers Out of options Miles accepts his offer of assistance and Atlas promptly delivers a powerful tool DJINN an artificial intelligence crafted by the hacker collective Anonymous before the turn of the millennium To a sexually frustrated loner like Miles the fact that they designed her as a flirtatious twentysomething only complicates matters Together they will weave their way through the augmented reality darknet while eluding Tobin Maldovan a former Black Ops operative and the FBI's newest agent in the war on cyber crime to save his mother Miles will learn that in a future where appearances are often misleading trusting yourself is the only hope you have.

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  • Paperback
  • 432 pages
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  • Christopher Godsoe
  • English
  • 15 September 2014

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  1. Connie Zinsmeister says:

    Excellent taleThis story was so exciting and way beyond clever and innovative with an excellent surprise ending you will really love

  2. Jenn says:

    Christopher Godsoe is an up and coming author that gives us an inventive yet realistic glimpse of the future Technology in his universe has adapted from natural human desires tempered with the crushing economics of capitalism in a world desperately in need of social reform His characters are lifelike and easy to relate to though I found the romantic development somewhat lacking There are spots where the momentum of the overall story bottoms out with lengthy inner monologues and hefty background information There’s a lot going on in this book so let me assure you that while it is dense it is worth the read Godsoe has a natural talent that will only continue to improve with care and practice I look forward to the continuation of this intensely interesting series

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