22gigantes.com - One wants justice. One wants redemption. One just wants revenge. Still reeling from her devastating loss, Farris is barely holding it together when she's approached by a covert government agency. The IDC is recruiting the best hackers in the country to form a team capable of tracking down and thwarting cyber terrorists. When they make her an offer she can't refuse - a shot at catching the people responsible for the death of her father - she's all in. But success will mean forging new alliances, betraying the people she loves, and trusting an old enemy. If she succeeds, she might finally get the closure she needs. If she fails, the digital world will crumble at her feet, putting thousands of lives at risk and exposing the world's most dangerous secrets. In the dark web, where anything can be bought and sold, this talented young hacker just might have to sell her soul to get what she's after.
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Most helpful customer reviews 1 of 1 people found the following review helpful. Couldn't put it down! By Kindle Customer I love strong female protagonists. Farris is grounded and competent even though she is only seventeen. There is enough of a romance to satisfy, without being graphic. The technical parts seem believable (to a non-techie) but not so overwhelming as to make the reader's eyes glaze over! I am looking forward to the next installment to see what life throws at Farris and her friends. Although billed as YA fiction, adult reader's will enjoy it too, as I did. Although this book stands alone, why deny yourself the pleasure of reading them all, in order? 1 of 1 people found the following review helpful. This is good By E L-G This has a faster pace as Farris an her new team are racing against a big bad hacker. The author is able to make plunking away in computers seem very action packed. The dialogue remains strong as this book adds more action to the mix.What is unique about the romance of this book is that it's very much a part of the story, but it's also how her love life changes as she grows into the woman she is becoming. 1 of 1 people found the following review helpful. Decent plot and writing, best of the three By D. Szpunar More plot and a little fewer relationships than the first two books in the series. The balance was good; still on the fluffy side but the tech was a bit more realistic than the other books as well. Still no tech details; it's all hand-wavy but sticks at least in part to somewhat realistic stuff. The action is a little contrived but the suspension of disbelief was easy enough and I read it straight through in about 2.5 hours.It's kind of nice to read through a YA series after reading several Mark Russinovich and Ian Sutherland thrillers. They're longer and more twisted. This is short and to the point...one major plot focus, a drive to the action and climax and a bit of an epilogue including a hook for the next book (that's not out yet). Nice and simple, but fun. Less meandering than the first two as well. A pop fiction YA tech thriller :-) See all 27 customer reviews...
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