It starts with unexplained glitches in the U.S. banking system. It spreads throughout the international business community. A cyber terrorist has done the unthinkable. FBI Special Agent Luanne Russell and renegade computer genius K.C. Conrad can trust no one around them as they seek to block the treachery.
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It's now 2008 and this is the first time I have read this book or even heard of it. Although some on the reviewer rated it as poor, I completely disagree with him/her. I would just like to remind the readers of this book to place themselves in the time the book was created. Yes, it would be outdated if anyone would read it now, but it was accurate back when it was created. It is a good book. It keeps the reader guessing who the real ¿Bad Guy¿ was¿.
I can't believe I wasted ten hours of my life reading this book. In fact, I feel stupider after having finished it. The first five-hundred-odd pages are simply an incredibly long prologue in which the author has managed to insert as much (disgustingly outdated) computer gobbledy-gook as possible. The last thirty pages are a sad attempt at high-action, suspenseful prose, and the 'ending' (I use the term very loosely) is an inconclusive, confusing mess. Frankly, I cannot understand how this book came to be published, and the only reason I gave it one star was because the choice of 'zero stars' wasn't on the list.