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DAEMON

Editorial Review - Kirkus - Jane Doe

Computer programs left behind by a dying inventor of video games spread dark mischief around the world, pitting gamers and enabled losers against the most powerful government agencies and businesses, with the geeks holding the best hands.How do you really mess things up after you're dead: tricky wills? entailments? trusts? Posthumous legal meddling is so last millennium. The modern way to carry ... Read full review

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Editorial Review - Bookreporter.com - Joe Hartlaub

The jacket blurbs for DAEMON favorably compare Daniel Suarez's debut novel with the works of Tom Clancy and Michael Crichton. I would beg to differ. This book put me in the mind of the early cyberpunk work of William Gibson or, perhaps more appropriately, the final novels of Philip K. Dick VALIS, THE DIVINE INVASION, and THE TRANSMIGRATION OF TIMOTHY ARCHER which composed a loose trilogy and ... Read full review

Daemon

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Matthew Sobol, a mad computer scientist, is dead; however, the programs he developed, called the Daemon, are alive and well and being directed by his planted thoughts. The Daemon is lethal, and the ... Read full review

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The author must be a geek - great book. Can't wait to read the sequel.

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This is in the Carol Stream Library!


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