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The Abacus Equation
     

The Abacus Equation

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by Peter Stremus
 
In a world unable to sustain ten billion people, Pieter Van Dyck's life is turned upside down. Against his will he gets caught in a race to expose plans to decimate the population to revive the economy and welfare. Entangled in a deadly plot constructed by political advisers who want to build an ideal state, he needs to solve quickly the unexplained accidents in a not

Overview

In a world unable to sustain ten billion people, Pieter Van Dyck's life is turned upside down. Against his will he gets caught in a race to expose plans to decimate the population to revive the economy and welfare. Entangled in a deadly plot constructed by political advisers who want to build an ideal state, he needs to solve quickly the unexplained accidents in a not so perfect Utopia.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940011079412
Publisher:
Peter Stremus
Publication date:
07/14/2010
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
839,016
File size:
871 KB

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Meet the Author

I spend part of my life in international public transportation: airplanes, trains and cabs. Moving from one meeting to another, seeing customers, giving presentations for one person or two hundred souls. Internet, wireless networks, cyber security are my day to day business fields. For companies like Intel, IBM, Barco. And I love it. Technology offers so many solutions for the human race to become smarter. To become better beings. That is the core of my writing. Exploring the edges of technology and see where it leads to when used for the better or for the worse.


I live in Belgium, near the medieval city of Ghent. Together with my wife and two children.

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Abacus Equation 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The story doesnt get going until Half way thru. Lots of charaacters, maybe too many. Book summary is accurate.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Decent read. Some odd word choices and senence structure.