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Most helpful customer reviews 21 of 23 people found the following review helpful. Cool new story By Steven Holt Let me start by saying that I have read many military/spy stories and many of them seem the same in terms of plot and characters. This is not true with this book and for that alone I gave it 5 stars. Reading a brand new story that is original and new is worth the read.If you want a non-stop thriller novel than this book is for you. Every page the reader is wondering "what will happen next?". The book is a roller coaster of action and excitement. Moti (the protagonist) is a character that is interesting and his resourcefulness and skills add to the story to make it dynamic and engaging.Cyberionage is a great story that is new and cool. I've never read anything quite like the story I just read (I just finished reading it). I like the concept of the deep politics between the western and middle eastern world. The narrative keeps you engaged and wondering how it will end. The writing flows well and the pages fly by.Overall, I'm happy that I took the time to read this book. Great book with a great story. 23 of 30 people found the following review helpful. What Tom Clancy would have written if gravely concussed By Sir Reads-a-lot The book started off fine. Good storytelling, interesting characters, and then it went off the deep end. At least a third of the story is a solid chunk of passive voice telling a montage. It read like story beats from a brain damaged Dan Brown novel without the subtle nuances. Then it just got absurd.I could go on about the crappy writing, the confused tenses, and the silly protagonist who is an action hero computer genius who predicts the world wide web, or the ridiculous generals that would make Dr. Strangelove blush but will stop and leave you with the final bit where the president is described as having an android phone and then immediately answers his iPhone. It was then I knew the author quit caring about the same time I did. 7 of 8 people found the following review helpful. Excellent plot, but piss-poor writing By R. Charles Sandacz The plot is very good and feels like a fast-paced Hollywood spy movie. Unfortunately, this work is riddled with numerous typos and continuity problems. It seems Mr. Elias or his publisher did not employ an editor. See all 126 customer reviews...
About the Author Michael Elias was born in Pittsburgh in 1964. He moved to small village in Northern Israel with his family at the age of 7 and served as a paratrooper in the IDF in the mid 1980's. He spent the last 20 years at a venture capitalist and entrepreneur in Silicon Valley, Israel and the Ukraine. Michael wrote and published his first novel, "Cyberionage", in 2013. Michael lives in Tel Aviv with his wife Maya and their 4 children.
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