When Lara decides to leak a secret project being developed by a giant tech company, she winds up hunted by fierce security guards and a flash mob of conspiracy theorists. She has to decide what is more important: saving the world or saving her marriage.
When Cabalynne learns that a tech company CEO has paved over her mother’s grave to build a zeppelin hangar, she hatches an ambitious plot for revenge. Her team – a hacker with inexplicable skills, a narcissistic nerd who might or might not have a real girlfriend, and a social media army of conspiracy believers – plans an assault on the most powerful computer on earth, seeking to expose the secrets of the wealthy.
Five stars - Very enjoyable read
The perfect crime with a healthy dose of humor all set in a scifi future. Fun and engaging!
I recently finished this thriller ride of a book that captivates the imagination with the perfect weave of slapstick comedy, augmented reality, conspiracy theory AND an enthusiastic nod for the nerd haven of comic book collectors. And, did I mention? It culminates in a hoot - the perfect crime. Rest assured, in 2053 Keith Richards is still alive. Check out this amusing read on Amazon!
Thank you for your query. Unfortunately, it's not quite what I'm looking for at this time, so I will have to pass. I encourage you to continue querying with the hopes of finding the right agent for your project. Best wishes in your search for representation.
I can't tell you how much I hate the word 'paradisiacal.' Is that even a real word? You should take it out. I'm sure your little book is lovely, dear. I'm going to finish it, I've just been busy.
Wordy, nerdy, and dull . . .
Bruce Berls has been writing about computers and technology at bruceb.com for more than 20 years. Jim Rowson is a former Google software engineer with more than two million lines of code to his name.